created a series of screen prints in the 1990's called, "Composition I," "II," and "III." A lifetime lover of music, Lichtenstein learned to play clarinet in his youth and saxophone later in life. He was fond of jazz music and used it as his muse to create these artworks. Want to infuse some Arts Integration
in your lessons and have your students engaged in cross-curricular endeavors?
PURCHASE THIS "DESIGN A LICHTENSTEIN COMPOSITION GAME HERE.
These roll-a-dice games are great for all teachers alike. They're perfect supplementary resources to make learning art history fun. And if you're going to be out for a day or so, they're awesome art sub plans. The step-by-step directions make being out a day a breeze.
★★★Check Out My Art & Art History Games:
• Hot Chocolate Game
• Mitten Game
• Christmas Stocking Game
Special thanks to Larry of Cellar Dweller Productions
for video and audio production, editing and 3D graphics animation.
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