I took an Art history class specifically on Renaissance art so I used my notes from this class to generate a poweroint of Renaissance art to teach my world history student [sold separately] and its called: Renaissance Art.
After this powerpoint, I chose SIX paintings from Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Raphael and printed images of those paintings [can do it with a regular colored printer or order posters online from Poster Revolution or amazon.com] .
I gave students a copy called "Art gallery walk document" and they had to go from station to station and use their Renaissance Art notes to interpret the painting and the elements of renaissance art that they can see in the painting. At each table was a station sign [included in the zip] that tells them the name of the painting, the artist, year of its completion, etc. Students, working in groups, had five minutes per station and they would rotate to the next art piece.
Once they finished, I put up my powerpoint called "Looking into specific art pieces!" in which I dissected five of the six paintings I chose to have them analyze. As I went through this powerpoint, I used by "My 5 paintings gallery walk meanings" for me to share with them the meaning of the painting as they looked at the visual powerpoint.
This was probably the funnest thing my students did so far- the feedback was amazing and they were really happy with doing this.