What age range are these images for ? That make a real difference.
Actually I am opposed to setting a list of either 10 or 100 important
art historical images students should know. When Getty started to
promote DBAE years ago, they kept asking art educators for a list of
the 100 important images. Most educators I know rebelled at the idea.
Why limit a teachers range when there are an unlimited number of
images to choose from ? If classroom teachers, rather than specialists,
are delivering the curriculum then the list is useful. But then it's
like teaching to the test rather than expanding what should be a
limitless education. Think about it and respond.
Woody's Two Cents Worth
I left a classroom with literally hundreds and hundreds of "exemplars"
for my successor to utilize. I hope she continues to add to the c
collection and gives away those she has little use for. Art is too
broad a subject to put limits on.
Deborah Kaye wrote:
> Hi Group,
> One of the other art ed lists is coming up with their TOP TEN images
> kids should know. We have tried to come up with some before on this
> list...but I can not find it in the archives.
> Here are some of my images/artists
> Leonardo da Vinci - Mona Lisa
> Michelangelo - Sistine Chapel (or David - or Pieta)
> Monet - Water lilies
> Van Gogh - Starry Night
> Picasso - Guernica (or another cubist work)
> Matisse - any cut paper (what you pick?)
> Grant Wood - American Gothic
> Andy Warhol - Soup Can
> Add to this list.... keep in mind, these should also be ones that
> affordable prints are available to purchase.
> If you could only use ten images in your elementary (or middle school)
> program what would those images be?
> I did find this old list that was posted.... but it has way more than ten:
> http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/Files/artists.htm > TeacherArtExchange archives is great!
> In my mind...pick ten art teachers.... and you will get ten different
> top ten lists of prints/images