An Introduction to Art History: A Classical Approach to Art - Part I: Rembrandt, Carl Linnaeus, and Edgar Degas
Covers Impressionism and Neo Classical; primary, secondary, and tertiary colors; tones; monochromatic; color theory; foreshortening; pastels; composition; focal point; and chiaroscuro. Skills include drawing with lines, adding texture, copying the masters, colored pencil work, and beginning painting.
In this excellent series, Mr. Stebbing will take students through the more essential parts of art history along with periods & artists that will greatly inspire students (i.e.Landscape Painters, TheRenaissance & Reformation, Masters of Animals & Birds, etc.). This course (series of 7), as with all How Great Thou ART Programs, has a Godly focus and emphasizes the importance and influence of ancient Greek and Roman classical art throughout the pages of history. Mr. Stebbing teaches the fundamentals of drawing and the academics of color theory, relevant to the daily lesson. Each text is divided into 3 parts which include 12 daily lessons. Ages 8 and up. Great for Classical Conversations!