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Ironworkers’ at Noontime By Thomas Anschutz, 1880. An English Coal-Heaver’s Home By Jacob Riis, 1889. The Bath By Mary Cassatt, 1891. Cliff Dwellers By George Bellows, 1913 . When you come in… take out your HW. What did The Gross Clinic look like? We will draw what you describe.

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Ironworkers’ at Noontime

By Thomas Anschutz, 1880


An English Coal-Heaver’s Home

By Jacob Riis, 1889


The Bath

By Mary Cassatt, 1891


Cliff Dwellers

By George Bellows, 1913


When you come in… take out your HW.What did The Gross Clinic look like? We will draw what you describe.


What is the meaning of this painting why was it produced

The Gross Clinic

By Thomas Eakins, 1875

What is the meaning of this painting? Why was it produced?


Now, 4 pieces of art will cycle through on the screen. You will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:1. Describe it2. Explain its meaning / what it says about the time period


Ironworkers’ at Noontime will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Thomas Anschutz, 1880


An English Coal-Heaver’s Home will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Jacob Riis, 1889


The Bath will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Mary Cassatt, 1891


Cliff Dwellers will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By George Bellows, 1913


Ironworkers’ at Noontime will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Thomas Anschutz, 1880


An English Coal-Heaver’s Home will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Jacob Riis, 1889


The Bath will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Mary Cassatt, 1891


Cliff Dwellers will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By George Bellows, 1913


Ironworkers’ at Noontime will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Thomas Anschutz, 1880

The Bath

By Mary Cassatt, 1891


An English Coal-Heaver’s Home will see each for 15 seconds, then they will cycle through again for 45 seconds. Choose 1 to do the following with:

By Jacob Riis, 1889

Cliff Dwellers

By George Bellows,1913


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