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Rush to Brush Artistic Encounters: John Constable vs. Paul Cezanne
In this one-time course learners will use critical thinking skills to compare and contrast the works of two exceptional landscape artists to explore their artistic vision.
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Be amazed when you see what you see! Ideas — and artistic vision —come into sharpest focus through comparison. In this one time class students will be invited to compare and contrast the works of two seemingly very different artists John Constable (British, 1776-1837) and Paul Cezanne (French, 1839-1906) , artists from different eras, with different styles and with different perspectives. And yet, what will become clear in confronting these works are not simply stark differences, but the...
to sharpen their abilities to observe and express themselves about art works. to gain a deeper knowledge of artistic techniques and the personalities of the artists themselves. to learn to appreciate and connect personally with art in a meaningful way throughout their lives. to be able to understand the underlying purpose of each considered work of art. to understand what motivates each artist to create. to understand what purpose of each finished work of art serves. to be able to explain what exactly makes a work of art lasting and of great worth—essentially to explore “what makes a masterpiece”?
Trained in art history at The University of Michigan, I successfully created, and for several years taught, a full high school level art history class.
No homework but students will be provided with "extend the learning" activities at the close of the class.
A listing of all art works and artists considered in this class will be provided to learners.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will provide a written assessment of each students participation in class.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Examples of source materials for this curriculum include: Gardner’s Art Through the Ages What is a Masterpiece? Sir Kenneth Clark Artists on Art, Ed. Robert Goldwater Principles of Art History: The Problem of Style in Later Art by Heinrich Wolfflin The Story of Art by E.H. Gombrich
Former High School Literature and Art History Teacher, Speech and Debate Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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Hello, Everyone, I'm Cindy Frank! *Classes limited to 6 students--all have a voice in the classroom *Each session a full 55 minutes of teaching time *Extensive and detailed comments on all homework assignments *All classes are ESL friendly, CEFR...