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Re: [teacherartexchange] need help completing lists

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From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 06 2006 - 14:41:48 PDT


Sue,
I added some artists below.
                Woody

On Aug 6, 2006, at 2:57 PM, Sue Stevens wrote:

> Hi,
> Inspired by the website posted a little while ago on the ABC of
> Art, I am trying to figure out a project for my
> seniors......something to the effect of each student in the class
> completing one square and then attaching them all together for a
> school art display.....so the more obvious artists/stypes are
> better than ones that the students would not be familar with.
> Ideally, I would like the other students in the school to look at
> it, and say, 'hey - that's vanGogh' or 'that's impressionism'.
>
> I have two lists - one of Famous Artists, and one of Art styles/
> movements
> BUT....I am having some dificulty completing the lists - and yes, I
> know I have left some out, but some letters have many artists to
> their letter!
>
> And yes....I know.....I could have the students research
> this....but...I don't want to start a project like this if I don't
> already know that it is do-able. If the computer labs are not
> abailable (which they usually are not) I won't beable to get in
> research time so need a back up plan.
>
> Any help? I'll post the completed lists when they get done!
>
>
> Famous Artists
>
> A - Arcimboldo
> B - Botticelli
> C - Chagall, Calder, Carr
> D - Degas, daVinci, Dali, Donatello
> E - Escher
> F - Jody Folwell (Santa Clara Potter) Living or R M Fisher
> Environmental Sculpture (New York)
> G - Frank Gehry Architect Living
> H - Haring
> I - Jean Aguste Dominique Ingres
> J - Johns
> K - Klee, Kandinsky
> L - Liechtenstein, Leondardo (also listed under D)
> M - Monet, Matisse, Mondrian
> N - Nevelson
> O - Okeefe
> P - Picasso, Pollock
> Q - Quin Xuan Chinese Painter 1235-1301
> R - Raphael, Rothco
> S - Seurat
> T - Toulouse-Lautrec,
> U - Kitagana Utamaro Japanese Painter 1735-1806
> V - VanGogh
> W - Warhol, Wood
> X - Xu Wei China 1521-1593
> Y - Konstantin Yuon Russian 1878-1958
> Z -Joe Zane Conceptual Artist Living
>
>
>
> Art Styles/periods/movements
>
> A - Abstract art, Afrian Art
> B - Baroque
> C - Cubism
> D - Dada
> E - Egypt, Expressionism
> F - Fauvism
> G - Greek, Gothic
> H -
> I - Impressionsim
> J -
> K - Kinetic Art
> L -
> M - Minimalism, Medieval Art
> N - Neo-plasticism
> O - Orientalism, Op art
> P - Pop Art, Photo Realism
> Q -
> R - Renaissance
> S - Surrealism
> T -
> U -
> V -
> W -
> X -
> Y -
> Z -
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