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  1. ART EXHIBITION EpigraphTo send light into the darkness of men’s hearts – such is the duty of the artistSchumann

  2. Leisure What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare? No time to stand beneath the boughs And stare as long as sheep and cows. No time to see, when woods we pass, Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass. No time to see in broad daylight, Streams full of stars, like skies at night. No time to turn at Beauty’s glance, And watch her feet, how they can dance. No time to wait till her mouth can Enrich that smile her eyes began. A poor life this if, full care, We have no time to stand and stare. William Henry Davies

  3. Impressions Genres Methods of painting A water colour, a dot, a sketch, profound, line, a portrait, elusive, a landscape, in dots, a self portrait, banal, a seascape, outstanding, a historical painting, in strokes, a flower piece, a battle piece, deep, space

  4. profound A portrait outstanding A historical painting A still life banal Impressions A self- portrait elusive Genres Painting deep A landscape In strokes A seascape plane Methods of painting A flower piece A line A battle piece in dots A water colour A sketch

  5. to paint to paint – painter –– painting; to depict to depict – picture – picturesque to portray to portray – portrayal – portrait – portraitist to master to master – master – mastery – masterpiece worth worth – worthy – worthless;

  6.   A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Красивая вещь радует надолго. That's a horse of another colour Это другое дело The devil is not so black as he is painted Не так страшен черт, как его малюют. Beauty is but skin-deep Красота приглядится, а ум вперед пригодится Blind men can judge no colours Слепой курице всё пшеница Tarred with the same brush Одной и той же кистью мазаны Tastes differ На вкус и цвет товарища нет

  7. A rich American went to Paris and (buy-1) a picture by a modern artist. He( pay-2) a lot of money for the picture, so he thought the picture was very good. He came to the hotel where he (stay-3) and wanted to hang the picture. To his surprise he (cannot tell-4) what was the top and what was the bottom. So he (think-5) of a plan and invited the artist to dinner. The artist looked at the picture many times. He put on his glasses and approached the picture to look at it more closely. And at last when they began to drink coffee, the artist told the American that the picture was upside down. the American (surprise-6) and wondered why the artist not (tell-7) it to him at once. The artist must (admit-8) that he himself (not be sure-9) about it at first. So the rich American left the picture on the wall as it was. He thought that nobody (notice–10) that it was upside down

  8. A rich American went to Paris and bought a picture by a modern artist. He had paid a lot of money for the picture, so he thought the picture was very good. He came to the hotel where he was staying and wanted to hang the picture. To his surprise he couldn’t tell what was the top and what was the bottom. So he thought of a plan and invited the artist to dinner. The artist looked at the picture many times. He put on his glasses and approached the picture to look at it more closely. And at last when they began to drink coffee, the artist told the American that the picture was upside down. The American was surprised and wondered why the artist not hadn’t told it to him at once. The artist had to admit that he himself had not been sure about it at first. So the rich American left the picture on the wall as it was. He thought that nobody would notice that it was upside down

  9. Choose the right variant 1.Why did the American think that the picture was good? A - it was painted by a famous artist; B - the American was a great connoisseur (ценитель)of art; C – his friend told him that the picture was good; D -The picture cost a great sum of money. 2. What difficulty did he find in hanging the picture? A – He was at a loss hat wall he would hang the picture on; B – He didn’t know where the top of the picture was; C – The picture didn’t pass through the door; D – The picture suited neither the furniture nor the wall paper of the room. 3. What plan did the American think of to solve his difficulty? A – He showed the picture to the expert; B – He tried to find the author of the picture; C – He invited the author to the dinner 4.Why didn’t the American change the position of the picture? A – He liked the picture as it was; B – The artist told him there was everything right with the picture; C – He thought nobody would notice anything wrong with the picture

  10. Choose the right variant 1. Why did the American think that the picture was good? A - it was painted by a famous artist; B - the American was a great connoisseur (ценитель)of art; C – his friend told him that the picture was good; D -The picture cost a great sum of money. 2. What difficulty did he find in hanging the picture? A – He was at a loss hat wall he would hang the picture on; B – He didn’t know where the top of the picture was; C – The picture didn’t pass through the door; D – The picture suited neither the furniture nor the wall paper of the room. 3. What plan did the American think of to solve his difficulty? A – He showed the picture to the expert; B – He tried to find the author of the picture; C – He invited the author to the dinner 4.Why didn’t the American change the position of the picture? A – He liked the picture as it was; B – The artist told him there was everything right with the picture; C – He thought nobody would notice anything wrong with the picture

  11. This technique is called INSERT I - interactive N - noting S - system E - effective R - reading T – thinking

  12. 1. What facts do you know before? 2. What information is new for you? 3. What don’t you understand? 4. Do you have another ideas or information?

  13. Conclusion 1. Through painting, the artist expresses ideas and emotions 2. The language of the artist consists of shapes, lines, colours, tone, and textures 3. It helps to produce in the viewer sensations of light, space, and movement. 4. Some artists paint concrete forms with which viewers are generally familiar 5. Others try to create entirely abstract relationships 6. By giving expression to personal feelings, the artist develops individuality 7. An appreciation of painting deepens and enriches life.

  14. If V2 would V If I were an artist I would paint a beautiful picture.

  15. Cinqwayn A word Two adjectives Three verbs The main idea A synonym of a general word

  16. Homework You should write an essay on the topic we have discussed, about your favourite picture or an artist.

  17. Thank you for the lesson Goodbye