I have had so much fun writing a series on artists and art history over the past few weeks!
There are still a lot of artists I’d like to get to, and I’m working on some unit studies, two of which are already available in my store.
In the meantime though, I wanted to share some of my favorite art and art history resources from around the internet.
Click through and check them out – there are some fantastic resources here!
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Art History through the Ages
I love art history, and I’ve been hard at work creating resources to help you!
Art History through the Ages allows you to learn about history, art history, geography, science, and more! Each volume is based on a different time period, and they’re designed for use for elementary through high school.
Volume 1 covers the Northern and Italian Renaissance period, including artists such as Albrecht Durer, Michelangelo, and Rembrandt.
Volume 2 explores the Baroque and Rococo periods, including artists such as Vermeer, Caravaggio, and Gainsborough. You’ll also learn about historical events like the French Revolution!
Volumes 3-6 will be released soon!
I also have a number of free artist unit studies available!
All of the lessons include a bio, fun facts about famous works of art, timeline activities, and fun hands-on projects. Feel free to pin them for later!
Art for Kids: Drawing: The Only Drawing Book You’ll Ever Need to Be the Artist You’ve Always Wanted to BeArt Lab for Kids: 52 Creative Adventures in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Paper, and Mixed Media-For Budding Artists of All Ages (Lab Series)
I’ve also gathered several of my favorite art projects and studies from around the Web – be sure to check them out!
So…which project will you do first? Comment below and let me know – I’d love to hear!