Genre Painting with emphasis on foreground, middleground and backgroung

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a ppt to prep students on the concepts of genre painting (Lily Martin Spencer, William Sydney Mount, Norman Rockwell). emphasis is placed on noticing the foreground, middleground, and background. …

a ppt to prep students on the concepts of genre painting (Lily Martin Spencer, William Sydney Mount, Norman Rockwell). emphasis is placed on noticing the foreground, middleground, and background. prepping students for a project wherein they will create their own genre paintings of their own lives. Eventually they will place this painting on their own cover of The Saturday Evening Post.

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  • 1. Genre Painting
  • 2. Genre Painting
    • Refers to a painting that shows a scene from the everyday life of the artist
      • Shows normal everyday-type activities
      • Simple ideas
      • Routine activities
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  • 7. Norman Rockwell
    • A famous American artist and illustrator
    • Painted lots of genre paintings
    • His artwork was on the cover of
    • The Saturday Evening Post
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  • 13. Foreground, Middleground, and Background
    • Great realistsic artwork shows
      • Foreground : objects that are in the front-most part of a picture
      • Middleground : objects that are in the middle-most part of a picture
      • Background : objects that are in the back-most part of a picture
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