Michelangelo is perhaps one of the greatest artists of all time. Michelangelo's impressive achievements are highlighted in this lovely PowerPoint.
This PowerPont highlights Michelangelo's greatest achievements in sculpture, painting, and architecture. It features:
1.The Sistine Chapel
2. The Pieta
5. St. Peter's Cathedral
It also gives relevant biographical information. Beautifully created and well researched, this resource will give you a general overview of this Renaissance Master.
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Michelangelo's Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings, and Architecture are featured in this 3 PowerPoint bundle. 64 slides cover the glories of Michelangelo!!!!!
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Great resource for art and history teachers!!!
Michelangelo Poetry-PowerPoint, Lesson, Writing & Art Activities-
This product includes:
1. A ten slide PowerPoint illustrating some of Michelangelo's poetic works and quotes
2. A Printable document with four of Michelangelo's most well known poems.
3. A lesson concept for writing poetry inspired by Michelangelo
4. A lesson for creating an Accordion books for a poem and art
5. Photo illustrations showing how to make the accordion book. This could be used by the instructor or made into a handout.
Michelangelo Painting & Drawing
Michelangelo's Paintings and drawings are featured in this 30 slide PowerPoint. Full of information and beautiful images, this PowerPoint features his studies and the Sistine Chapel. It explains the key features of his frescoes, as well as his artistic process. Great for art class, art history, or world history!
Michelangelo's architectural works are featured in this PowerPoint. Learn more about his architectural achievements!!!
Included in this presentation is :
Inspirational places for Michelangelo
This work also features a 2 page handout on architectural terms and a two page lesson on architectural drawing inspired by Michelangelo. . Students will learn about various approaches to architectural drawing and utilize it in their work. Great for art and history teachers.
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