Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)

Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)
Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)
Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)
Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)
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Brag Tags for Art - 16 Famous Art Paintings - Titles (1 page)

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Each brag tag has a blank space at the top to punch a hole into it.

The title of the painting is printed on top of the printed painting. The titles are actually very self-explanatory, so I put this down as a K project as well. They really don't know how to read, to understand the titles. The only "hard one" is Goya's nicknamed "Red Boy" instead of "Red Aries #36."

Art teachers you will enjoy using art brag tags with your little ones. Teach them one painting per lesson, by subject or by color. I left out the artist's names because of space limitations. This way they will remember the titles of the famous paintings.

The cards could also be used for fun memory games if you make sets.

The 16 paintings are:

1. Mona Lisa - da Vinci

2. The Japanese Bridge - Monet

3. The Scream - Munch

4. Sunflowers - Van Gogh

5. Starry Night- Van Gogh

6. The Girl with the Pearl Earring - Vermeer

7.The Sleeping Gypsy - Rousseau

8. American Gothic - Grant Wood

9. The Goldfish- Matisse

10. The Wave - Hokusai

11. The Chinese Horse

12. Three Musicians - Picasso

13. Cat and BIrd - Klee

14. Color Study- Kandinsky

15. I and the Village- Chagall

16. Red Aries #36 or Red Boy- Goya

Any painting used for educational purposes is considered Fair Use, as students would not be able to understand the painting without seeing it. Any artist work that is not in public domain yet, is used educationally as Fair Use. (Created after 1942.)

Please contact me before leaving negative feedback. I am open to new ideas and willing to change or revise.

Enjoy the Art!

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