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The School of Athens by Raphael

Exposing students to great pieces of art is an easy way to enhance a lesson, provide a visual way to practice a skill, and educate our students beyond the prescribed curriculum.

For example, if you’re teaching students to “compare and contrast,” open with a couple interesting works of art then move to the text.

Here are links to some great works that you might use to spice up a lesson. I’ve tried err on the side of “school appropriate” when building this collection and almost all are in the public domain (Picasso’s work is one exception).

Naturally, it’s a work in progress. Feel free to shoot me some suggestions at ian@byrdseed.com or @ByrdseedGifted.

  • Updated 8/21/2013 to add Norman Rockwell
  • Updated 8/23/2013 to add Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, and Grant Wood

Raphael

Van Gogh

Da Vinci

Michelangelo

Picasso

The Impressionists

Japanese Art

Other Interesting Examples



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