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A brief essay focusing on the painting Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene) which is one of approximately 300 portraits of American colonists—primarily wealthy and influential Bostonians—that...
Essay: <em>Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene)</em> by John Singleton Copley
Explore the fundamentals of the social studies curriculum through works in the Art Institute's collection. This packet can be used to teach across the curriculum; strengthening children's...
Teacher Manual: Self, Family, and Community
This guide is designed specifically for early-childhood educators and their students. ABCs of Art invites teachers to use the Art Institute as a learning environment beyond the walls of the...
Teacher Manual: ABCs of Art: A Guide for Early Childhood Education
In this lesson, students will examine and discuss the work of Felix González-Torres. After studying Untitled (Portrait of Ross in L.A.) students will then plan and execute a piece of...
Lesson Plan: An Artistic Tribute
Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene) is one of approximately 300 portraits of American colonists—primarily wealthy and influential Bostonians—that John Singleton Copley painted during his...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Mrs. Daniel Hubbard (Mary Greene)</em> by John Singleton Copley
Art + Science was developed by the Art Institute of Chicago to support dialogue and collaboration between art and science teachers at the middle school level, with the ultimate goal of inspiring art...
Art + Science
Quick facts about this colorful painting of two girls outdoors.
An exploration of Pissarro's painting of a young peasant woman, with emphasis on the artist's use of brushstroke and color.
An introduction to the enigmatic portrait of Gauguin's young companion, completed during the artist's first sojurn to the French colony of Tahiti.
An exploration of a portrait by Gauguin that pays homage to Cézanne's paintings and technique.
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