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This is a multi use product. The uses are:
1. Flash Cards: one slide is the art only; the other is its title, date, artist and medium with another version of the art work. Use to prepare for testing.
2. Test: Hide the answer slides and use the art work only slides as the slides for a test. Slide Software has a “hide slide” feature which can be toggled on and off.
3. Assignment: Students are given the art work only slide and develop their own second slides with title, date, artist and medium. Show the answers slides after they finish to assess how well they did.
ARTISTS: The French artists dominate, of course, but there all also artists who adapted Impressionism to their own countries included.
The French artists are, alphabetically:
Mary Cassatt (originally American)
Paul Cézanne (his Impressionist period only)
Camille Pissarro (originally from Virgin Islands)
Alfred Sisley (originally from England; dual citizen)
Other countries-Impressionist artists are, alphabetically:
Charles Conder, Australian
Childe Hassam, American
Winslow Homer, American
Konstantin Korovin, Russian
Theodore Robinson, American
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, Spanish