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Famous Artwork Paul Simpson EDEL 2200 Fall 2011. "Young Hare" by Albrecht Durer (1502)  Vienna  - Watercolor on Paper. Questions to think about: How would an artist paint such a detailed picture of a rabbit? (Cameras wouldn’t be invented for hundreds of years.)

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young hare by albrecht durer 1502 vienna watercolor on paper
"Young Hare" by Albrecht Durer (1502) Vienna - Watercolor on Paper

Questions to think about:

How would an artist paint such a detailed picture of a rabbit?

(Cameras wouldn’t be invented for hundreds of years.)

In what country is the city Vienna located?

Germany

Italy

Austria

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the great wave by katsushika hokusai c 1830 new york city color woodblock print
"The Great Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai(c.1830) New York CityColor Woodblock Print

What country is famous for it’s woodblock prints?

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fur traders descending the missouri by george caleb bingham 1845 new york oil on canvas

"Fur Traders Descending the Missouri" by George Caleb Bingham (1845)New York - Oil on Canvas

What type of animals did American settlers hunt for fur?

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Answer to previous slide: Japan

the dancing class by edgar degas 1873 paris oil on canvas
"The Dancing Class" by Edgar Degas (1873) Paris - Oil on Canvas

What artistic movement did Degas help found?

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Answer to previous slide: Beaver, Sea Otter, Buffalo, and Skunk

harvest scene by paul gauguin 1889 london painting
"Harvest Scene" by Paul Gauguin (1889) London - Painting

What tropical island inspired some of Gauguin’s work?

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Answer to previous slide: Impressionism

sunrise north rim grand canyon mabel p frazer 1928 springville oil on canvas
Sunrise, North Rim, Grand Canyon - Mabel P. Frazer (1928) Springville - Oil on Canvas

What force caused water to form the Grand Canyon?

(Answer on next slide)

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Answer to previous slide: Tahiti

the sacrament of the last supper by salvador dali 1955 washington d c oil on canvas
"The Sacrament of the Last Supper" by Salvador Dali (1955) Washington D.C. - Oil on Canvas

What other famous artist had a painting entitled “The Last Supper”?

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Answer to previous slide: Erosion

cockscomb near teasdel by v douglas snow 1985 springville oil on canvas
"Cockscomb, near Teasdel" by V. Douglas Snow - (1985) Springville - Oil on Canvas

Visit the Springville Museum of Art’s website:

http://sma.nebo.edu/

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Answer to previous slide: Leonardo da Vinci

utah core curriculum
Utah Core Curriculum

5th Grade Content – Visual Arts

Standard 4

(Contextualizing): The student will interpret and apply visual arts in relation to cultures, history, and all learning.

Objective 3

  • Collaborate in small groups to discover how works of art reveal the history and social conditions of our nation. 
  • Describe how science has employed and benefited from the use of artists; e.g., the artists as explorers of the westward expansion, the use of visual displays in computers, observing and recording anatomy in the Renaissance. 
  • Suggested list of masterworks and artists for fifth grade:
    • "Paul Revere, John Hancock, Massasoit, and Sacajawea" by Cyrus E. Dallin
    • "Sunrise North Rim" by Mabel Frazer
    • "Cockscomb, near Teasdel" by V. Douglas Snow
    • "Fur Traders Descending the Missouri" by George Caleb Bingham
    • "The Sacrament of the Last Supper" by Salvador Dali
    • "Dancing Class" and other works by Edgar Degas
    • "Young Hare, " "Self Portrait, " and other works by Albrecht Dürer
    • "Harvest Scene" by Paul Gauguin
    • "The Great Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai

D. Any works of art with which the teacher is familiar and appropriately teaches the standards and objectives of this grade level can be used. This could include works suggested for other grade levels as well as other works by the artists suggested above.