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Excerpted from the teacher manual Telling Images: Stories in Art this chapter focuses on the artwork Statue of a Standing Vishnu which was created in 16th century India. Includes...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Statue of a Standing Vishnu</em>
This self-guide was created to supplement a visit to view Medieval and Renaissance Art at the Art Institute. Guide includes informational text and activities for five artworks in the museum. Please...
Museum Guide: Self-Guide: Medieval and Renaissance Art at the Art Institute of Chicago
Let art take you on a journey through space! This manual explores concepts of space travel as depicted in the collection of the Art Institute, from 17th-century Italian sculpture to 20th-century...
Teacher Manual: Exploration and the Cosmos
This Art Institute slide packet explores how nature, literature, history and daily life inspired the creation of six sumptuous Japanese folding screens. Students will learn how to "read" a Japanese...
Teacher Manual: Japanese Screens
Henri Zerner, Harvard University, reveals a confluence of influences that resulted in extraordinary works by the Master of Anne de Bretagne.
Audio Lecture: The Pigouchet Hours: A Small Masterpiece by a Great Parisian Master
This Art Institute manual uses the kimono to explore Japanese cultural history and to stimulate multicultural discoveries in art, social studies, and language arts. Includes a historical essay,...
Teacher Manual: The Japanese Kimono
Susan Dackerman, Harvard University, focuses on Albrecht Durer's scientific images and his contributions to astronomy, cartography, mathematics, and natural history.
Audio Lecture: Taking Durer Out of the Box
Art Institute exhibition curator Martha Wolff provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 in the seminar also featuring two University of Chicago faculty members, art...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Martha Wolf
University of Chicago's French literature professor Daisy Delogu provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institute...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France
University of Chicago art historian Rebecca Zorach provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institutes exhibition curator...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Rebecca Zorach
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