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Painter Jan Steen is best known for his humorous scenes of daily life. He loved to show people eating, drinking, dancing, or playing music. The man strumming a lute may be Steen himself. The other...
Activity: <em>The Family Concert </em>
An introduction to Beaux's large-scale double-portrait of an adolescent girl teaching her younger sister to dance.
An analysis of Cezanne's depiction of his wife and an examination of the structure and color of the portrait.
Mother and Child offers a sense of security that exists in a loving family relationship. The figures have large, solid bodies that may remind the viewer of classical sculptures rather than...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Mother and Child</em> by Pablo Picasso
In this work we see a lively crowd skating on a frozen pond in Central Park. George Wesley Bellows skillfully contrasted the background of the composition, an expanse of blue-gray hills and trees,...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Love of Winter</em> by George Wesley Bellows
Celebrating the joys of family ties, this composition by Doris Lee shows a bustling group of women and children preparing the annual feast in a traditional rural kitchen. This teaching packet...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Thanksgiving</em> by Doris Lee
Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Monet's early work, often regarded as the first Impressioninst landscape.
Discussion questions and activities for home and classroom about Degas's sensitive double portrait of grieving relatives.
An exploration of the Ashcan School painter's winter scene, with its jarring color combinations and thickly applied paint.
A look at how Degas's portrait of his Italian relatives speaks of both the fragility and strength of family.
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