This PPT lesson introduces students to the concepts of Romanticism (as a reaction to the industrial revolution) and or Realism (as a reaction to romanticism). Students apply characteristics of the themes to samples of visual artwork, novels, and music in order to determine if the piece is part of t
This art project is a great on its own or in conjunction with many different academic lessons! Use it as a compliment world history classes.. or to illustrate the concept of symbolism in creative writing classes.
Textiles have been a fundamental part of human existence since the beginning of civiliz
In this activity, students will examine the art movements associated with the spread of the Industrial Revolution (1700’s -1890). Art Movements covered: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism. In this activity your students will:
1) Take notes on a foldable (included) while the teache