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Incredible Close-Ups of Van Gogh’s Paintings from Google Art Project | Bored Panda *** apparently the new Art Project feature allows you to 'virtually visit' over 40,000 pieces across over 40 countries, some of which are stored in gigapixel format... you can get close enough to see the cracks and brushstrokes. ahh, technology. you're cool. Inspiration, Impressionism, Masterpiece, Gogh, Sanat, Resim, Starry Night, Monet, Starry

If you feel like you haven’t spent enough time in the museums in your life, Google gives you a chance to catch up on your art education. Google Art Project allows you to virtually explore over 40 000 images, gathered from more than 40 countries. What is more, some of the images are in the gigapixel format! Here‘s a selection of Van Gogh's paintings, zoomed in to demonstrate one of the project‘s feature and show you some of the smallest details and strokes.

britt shotts
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Welcome! This blog post explores a project that depicts one cohesive image divided into 7 sections which illustrate the 7 elements of art: line, shape, color, form, value, texture, and space. The elements of art the artists toolbox they can use in an endless amount of ways to create infinite art solutions. This is a

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Grade Level Duration 4 classes, 80 minutes Materials Graph paper (buy or make your own online here), acrylic Paint, ghost grid posterboard (Poster board featuring a faint, disappearing grid), square dowel cut down to make a stamp (same size as the grids on the poster board), printer, pencil, palette Media Acrylic Paint Lesson Objectives For […]

Courtney Burke
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Well this is another great pinterest finds and also a spin on one point perspective. We did the drawing in pencil. Then outline in sharpie. It keep my 5th graders guessing what it was going to be until we painted all blue. Some of the figured it out. Then we draw sea life and colored that in with color pencil and glued them on. It was something different then the city. Well like I said I found this on pinterest, but here is the link from where it really came from…

Monica Robledo