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Food faces!

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Describes Guiseppe Archimbaldo and his work in a simple way for early grades.

Describes Guiseppe Archimbaldo and his work in a simple way for early grades.

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  • 1. Food Faces!
  • 2. Giuseppe Arcimboldo was an artist in the 16th century (about 450years ago!), who painted portraits of people using fruits, vegetables and other household and natural objects!
  • 3. Look at this food face. What vegetables are used to create his eyes? His nose? Mouth?
  • 4. Will you make hair on your food face?
  • 5. This food face has a beard!

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