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This is interactive. First, it provides a forum for discussion. Open a details slide and ask for class discussion about what the parts show before going to the whole painting slide. This discussion of parts and whole need not occur on one day. It can be spread out. My contention is that there is an enormous amount to be learned from the parts before taking in the whole. It has improved my own art ability tremendously to study the parts and then the whole.
Next, is an even more interactive part. All of the details and the whole paintings are moveable pieces. I have made samples on the last four slides of classification exercises. I picked four classifications and then copied and pasted the pieces into them. I used: 20th century art, 19th century art, Impressionist & Post Art and American Art. However, the sky is the limit on potential classifications. Students can even think up their own. This is all marvelous reinforcement of the parts and wholes of major paintings.
Note: the whole painting is in every piece so you can move the boundaries of the piece on a surface such as Keynote or Powerpoint.
Your preview is of 2 slides of the pieces; 2 slides of the whole and two slides of the classifications where I put pieces on the classification blank. The preview shows the 20th Century and Imoressionist & Post slides of that exercise.