This Art history lesson helps the student to begin to understand the process of abstraction and composition theory.
This lesson, illustrates the process of the abstraction of the Church at Domburg and the ways in which the artist stripped the details from his subjects in order to achieve pure composition through abstraction and the use of line and primary colors.
Key words are introduced as well as several reference images from the artists greatest works.
This lesson is a great way to introduce an artist from the modern art era and also integrate ruler use into the art lesson.
Peer review is built into this lesson as is the brainstorming process. The student will need to design and follow the design through 3 revisions before completing a final sketch.
This worksheet will help reach a variety of learners and help keep students on task. This worksheet should can be kept in the portfolio for evaluation.