This month we'll discover some of the things that make these 3 portraits famous around the world. We'll unlock some mysteries that baffled art historians for centuries, and we'll see the way portraits were painted differently in the Italian Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age, and French Impressionism.
This month we'll study how Rembrandt used light to create depth and drama in his art!
Many famous artists had pets who spent longs days and nights in the art studio with their painter parents. This month we'll meet Lump (Picasso's pup), Paul Klee's kitty, and Frida Kahlo's spider monkeys named Fulang Chang and Caimito de Guayabal.
December is all about exploring the wintertime landscapes of Grandma Moses.
GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT
In November we explored fruit themed still life paintings by Caravaggio, Paul Cezanne, and George Braque.
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
Edward Hopper's Nighthawks is one of the most famous paintings of the 20th century... and for good reason! It's a quiet scene with only a few people represented, but the hidden secrets just beneath the surface are endless. Let's discover some of them together!