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Monet and Stacks of Wheat
Monet and Stacks of Wheat
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Explore Monet's interest in the stacks of wheat in rural France. Wear the hats of critic and collector of his famous paintings and select an outdoor scene to observe and record over time.
Degas's Ballet at the Paris Opera
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An introduction to one of Degas's pastel dance scenes, along with suggestions for classroom discussions and activities.
Paul Gauguin's The Ancestors of Tehamana, 1893
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Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Gauguin's mysterious portrait of a Tahitian girl.
Claude Monet's Iris, 1922/26
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Discussion questions and activities for Monet's Post-Impressionist painting that borders on abstraction.
Paul Cezanne's Bay of Marseilles, Seen from L'Estaque, c. 1885
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Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Cezanne's exploration of form and color in landscape.
Monet and the Railroad
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Learn about the development of the railroad in France and Monet's production of his 1877 painting Arrival of the Normandy Train, Gare Saint-Lazare.
Video Demonstration: Rewetting and Scraping
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Here, the artist demonstrates how Homer would have created the yellow wildflowers seen in North Woods Club, Adirondacks (The Interrupted Tete-a-Tete) by wetting and scraping away green...
Video Demonstration: Rewetting and Scraping
Claude Monet's Stacks of Wheat, 1890-91
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Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Monet's series of wheatstack paintings.
Monet's Water Garden
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Learn about Monet's conception and design of his Giverny water garden. Analyze his painting Water Lily Pool, 1900 and try your hand at writing a haiku and designing your own water garden.
Camille Pissarro's The Crystal Palace, 1871
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Discussion questions and activities relating to Pissarro's 1871 painting of London's Crystal Palace, an iron and glass architectural wonder built in 1851.
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