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Explore the theme of travel and motion in art. The packet surveys the history of transportation: movement on land, water, and, ultimately, lifting off, soaring through the sky. Nine works of art from...
Teacher Manual: Art on the Move
This teaching manual was produced to assist teachers in maximizing their educational experience with the exhibition Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time which encouraged viewers to...
Teacher Manual: Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time
Introduce your students to the Art Institute's celebrated collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. This manual discusses the historical and social milieu of this revolutionary movement...
Teacher Manual: Impressionism, Post-Impressionism
This teaching manual focuses on Impressionist and Post-Impressionist work in the Art Institute's collection. Work is divided by the following themes: Truth to Nature, People and Relationships, Modern...
Teacher Manual: A Modern Vision: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at the Art Institute of Chicago
This self-guide was created to accompany the 2006 exhibition The Silk Road and Beyond: Travel, Trade, and Transformation at the Art Institute. The guide includes informational text and...
Museum Guide: Self-Guide: Traveling the Silk Road and Beyond at the Art Institute
Painter Joyce Owens grew up in a culturally diverse neighborhood; her strong African American roots were infused with Jewish culture. Responding to the secular theme of Marc Chagall's The Circus...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Joyce Owens Connects with Marc Chagall
Malcolm Baker, University of California, examines the relationship between original and copy in portrait art, where replication is sometimes a virtue of technique.
Audio Lecture: Multiple Heads: Replication, Repetition, and the Portrait Bust
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
Thomas Kren, J. Paul Getty Museum, discusses first uses of the female nude in French imagery as found in devotional works created under the patronage of Charles VI.
Audio Lecture: Love, Death, and the Origins of the Female Nude in Female Nude French Painting
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

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