Periods of Painting: Art History and Appreciation (High School)
In this 13-week ongoing class, students will explore the basic periods of Art History, meet famous painters who lived during these periods, and discover the iconic works of art that characterize these painters.
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Completed by 40 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
40 minutes per class
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The Art Periods will be introduced according the following schedule. NOTE: Students are welcome to enter at any point. The cycle will restart every 13 weeks and students can continue through the cycle until they've studied each lesson. WINTER 2023 SCHEDULE (meeting on Mondays/Thursdays) Jan 2/5: Romanesque Jan 9/12: Gothic Jan 16/19: Renaissance pt. 1 Jan 23/26: Renaissance pt. 2 and Mannerism Jan 30/Feb 2: Baroque and Rococo Feb 6/9: Neoclassicism Feb 13/16: Romanticism Feb 20/23:...
This class will help students understand periods of art history and identify works by famous artists. They will learn to appreciate various styles used within the art periods discussed.
I studied Fine Arts, including courses in Art History and Appreciation, at Louisiana State University, and have a certificate from Texas Academy of Art in Houston, TX. I also work as a professional artist, doing portrait art on commission.
A one-page printable hand-out will be provided for each section prior to class.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
All art pieces that are shown and discussed for each art period will be appropriate for the students' ages and for classroom viewing and discussion.
Professional Artist, Amateur Astronomer, Music Lover and Grandpa
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
122 total reviews
86 completed classes
Hello there! I'm Tim and I'm glad you're here! I'm excited about teaching young learners to love the various subjects that have always interested me. My classes will focus largely on art, music, and some basic science. Having worked in...