Greek Art

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A slide show I made to use with my Grade 4 class to introduce the use of sketchbooks and Greek Art. I thank all the sites I copied images from.

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Greek Art

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  2. 2. Greek Art<br />As you look at the images of Greek art, look for any recurring motifs<br />A recurring motif is a subject, a figure, a theme, an idea, a shape, a colour scheme or a pattern that is used again and again.<br />For example on this pot you can see patterns and figures who seem to be soldiers playing a board game. The colours are black and reddish brown.<br />Look out for similar patterns , pictures of soldiers , black and reddish brown or images of games in the next few slides.<br />
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  24. 24. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />The long lost sketchbook of Jeanne Magnin<br />A lady called Tara Bradford found a little plain brown paper bundle at a brocante, (a second hand shop) in Paris, which turned out to be a sketchbook full of gorgeous designs of Egyptian, Roman, and Greek styles, collected in 1916-1917 by the French painter, collector, and art critic Jeanne Magnin.<br />
  25. 25. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In true ornamentalist fashion, Jeanne Magnin collected borders and motifs from her travels, and documented them in beautifully drawn and composed pages.<br />
  26. 26. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />http://www.lynnerutter.com/2009/07/long-lost-sketchbook-of-jeanne-magnin.html<br />
  27. 27. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In your sketch book make some drawings of different motifs of Greek Art. <br />You can look in the books about Ancient Greece or look at this powerpoint again on the laptops. <br />You will find it in Ms Hayes folder in Grade 4 Student Folders.<br />

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