Art History Workbook Bundle 2 - Klimt, van Gogh, Cezanne, Seurat, Klee

Art History Workbook Bundle 2 - Klimt, van Gogh, Cezanne, Seurat, Klee
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  1. This art history packet introduces students to the artist Georges Seurat. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos, complete pointillism worksheets, then use pointillism to re-create and then color some of his famous paintings. Finally students create a tropical fish using pointi
  2. This art history packet introduces students to the artist Gustav Klimt. Students learn about the artist through an information page, coloring, finding and creating patterns and analyzing a piece of art. Students learn about portrait proportions, create their own pattern portrait and finally draw and
  3. This art history packet introduces students to the artist Paul Cézanne. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos, color artwork similar in style to his work then use the grid method to re-create and then color some of his famous paintings. Finally students create a still-life dra
  4. This packet includes a biography sheet, poster, teacher instructions, coloring sheets, video links, analysis and 2 projects in the style of Paul Klee. Students create a line design and fill it with colors that they believe communicate a time of day or emotion, create an abstract name design, a quota
  5. This art history packet introduces students to the artist Vincent Van Gogh. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos and color some of his artwork. They then learn how to draw a room in one-point perspective, look at Van Gogh’s “Bedroom in Arles,” and discuss the perspective in t
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This art history workbook introduces middle school students to visual artists Gustav Klimt, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Georges Seurat and Paul Klee. Students learn about the artist through an artist bio, video resources, coloring sheets and art analysis. Then they complete a project in the style of the artist. Extension activities are also included.

Each artist workbook includes:

  • An 8" x 10" Poster of artist or artwork
  • An Artist Biography Sheet
  • Teacher Instructions
  • More Resources Sheets/Videos
  • Art Analysis
  • Coloring Pages of each Artist
  • Student Project and Extensions for each Artist

For ease of use I recommend printing the worksheet bundles and then compiling them into a three ring binder to make a workbook. Keep the keys out for your own use. Each artist has a poster included so it can be used to denote the end of each artist in the workbook. Once complete students will have a portfolio of completed visual art projects.

ALL TEN ARTISTS ARE COMPILED INTO ONE ART HISTORY STUDENT WORKBOOK HERE:

Art History Student Workbook (205 Pages)

KLIMT:

This art history packet introduces students to the artist Gustav Klimt. Students learn about the artist through an information page, coloring, finding and creating patterns and analyzing a piece of art. Students learn about portrait proportions, create their own pattern portrait and finally draw and paint their own tree of life. A video demonstration of the tree of life is included in the lesson.

18 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • High Resolution Poster of “The Tree of Life” by Gustav Klimt
  • About the artist information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to movies and demonstration video
  • Free Video demonstration of Final Tree of Life project
  • Coloring Sheet of “The Tree of Life” in black outline form with color guides.
  • Pattern/Coloring Sheet of Stocet Palace Detail
  • Pattern/Coloring Sheet of “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer”
  • Analysis of Klimt’s “Portrait of Eugenia Primavesi”
  • Facial Proportions worksheet
  • Contour line drawing of a portrait worksheet
  • Personality Patterns worksheet
  • Final pattern portrait worksheet
  • Tree of Life Pencil Drawing example with instructions
  • Tree of Life final drawing/watercolor project
  • Teacher and student example
  • KEYS:
  • “Portrait of Eugenia Primavesi” worksheet with example answers
  • Teacher and Student examples of “Tree of Life” proj

VAN GOGH:
This art history packet introduces students to the artist Vincent Van Gogh. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos and color some of his artwork. They then learn how to draw a room in one-point perspective, look at Van Gogh’s “Bedroom in Arles,” and discuss the perspective in that painting. They then draw and paint/color their own bedroom and the way it makes them feel. As a final project students re-create “Starry Night,” using a color scheme of their own choosing.

18 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • High Resolution Poster of “The Starry Night,” by Vincent Van Gogh
  • About the artist information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to movies
  • Free Video demonstration of painting Starry Night.
  • Coloring Sheet of “Starry Night” in black outline form with color guides.
  • Coloring Sheet of “Irises” in black outline form
  • Emotion of Color mini-composition worksheet
  • How to draw a room in One-Point Perspective worksheet
  • Draw the room in One-Point Perspective worksheet
  • Short Answer Worksheet for “The Bedroom in Arles”
  • Draw the way your bedroom makes you feel worksheet
  • Paint “Starry Night” using your own colors worksheet guide
  • KEYS:
    “The Bedroom in Arles” worksheet with example answers
  • Teacher and Student examples of “Starry Night” with a different color schemes
  • Examples of Emotion of Color

GEORGES SEURAT:
This art history packet introduces students to the artist Georges Seurat. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos, complete pointillism worksheets, then use pointillism to re-create and then color some of his famous paintings. Finally students create a tropical fish using pointillism as their final project.

18 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • High Resolution Poster of “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte,” by Georges Seurat
  • About the artist information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to movies
  • Color Theory Pointillism worksheet
  • 3 Coloring Sheets of Seurat’s art in black outline form with color guides.
  • Compare/Contrast Short Answer Worksheet for two of Seurat’s Paintings
  • Value Scales/Spheres worksheet
  • Free Pointillism and Stippling Demonstration Video link in worksheet packet
  • Tropical Fish Contour Line and color identification Worksheet
  • Worksheet for final Tropical Fish drawing with colored pencil
  • Student example of pointillism tropical fish done with colored pencil
  • KEYS
  • Color Theory Pointillism KEY
  • Value Scales/Spheres KEY
  • Compare/Contrast worksheet KEY

PAUL CéZANNE:

This art history packet introduces students to the artist Paul Cézanne. Students learn about the artist through web links and videos, color artwork similar in style to his work then use the grid method to re-create and then color some of his famous paintings. Finally students create a still-life drawing of fruit from above using oil pastels.

15 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • About the artist information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to movies
  • 2 Coloring Sheets of Cézanne’s art in black outline form and color suggestions
  • 3 grids for students to re-create some of his most famous work, starting with a contour line image and then having students find contours and grid on their own.
  • 3 Reference sheets with room for tracing
    (Each grid has an additional sheet with color suggestions and a color photo reference of the artwork. Students should trace their gridded work onto the second worksheet, or drawing paper and then color using oil pastels or other media.)
  • Student example of oil pastel still life
  • Step-by-step instructions on how to create their own still life

PAUL KLEE:

This packet includes a biography sheet, poster, teacher instructions, coloring sheets, video links, analysis and 2 projects in the style of Paul Klee. Students create a line design and fill it with colors that they believe communicate a time of day or emotion, create an abstract name design, a quotation painting and complete a final abstract art project using sharpie and chalk.

18 Worksheets Included: (See Preview File)

  • Paul Klee Poster (8” x 10”)
  • Artist Biography Sheet
  • Teacher instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to movies
  • 4 Coloring Sheets of Klee’s art in black outline form and color suggestions
  • Artwork analysis sheet
  • Create line design and fill with color to communicate a time of day or emotion
  • Name Project Guidelines
  • Name Project Template
  • Quotation Project Guidelines
  • Abstract Chalk Artwork Project Sheet
  • KEYS:
    Example of Name and Abstract Chalk Art
  • Analysis Key

Art Periods Covered:

  1. Art Nouveau or Symbolism (Klimt)
  2. Post-Impressionism (Van Gogh)
  3. Romanticism (Cézanne)
  4. Pointillism (Seurat)
  5. Expressionism/Surrealism (Klee)

Mediums Covered:

  1. Watercolor
  2. Acrylic Paint
  3. Oil Pastel
  4. Colored Pencil
  5. Chalk

Visual Art Portfolio

Create a binder to keep student work. When complete it shows the students growth over time. Upon completion of the packets, conducting a portfolio review can be a meaningful and valuable experience for the student and it is also a great way to show other kids and family members.

Ways to use in the visual art classroom:

As an introduction to a famous artist and their work.

Worksheets culminate with student creating their own pointillism artwork.

To support other skills including color, pattern, still life, abstract art, communication through art and more.

As early finisher work or as a quick art substitute lesson.

Note: There are options on how to give students color reference other than to print these sheets in color. You can project the example using a document camera or have students look up artwork on a chrome book or smartphone, for example.

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A note about artwork used in this resource: The work contained in this resource is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. All line artwork was created by Sabrina Wingren using the artist's work as reference. Any student artwork included is used with express permission.

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