Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in Visual Arts, 1st Edition

  • Pamela J. Eyerdam
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  • ISBN-10: 0313078270
  • ISBN-13: 9780313078279
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 329 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2003 | Published/Released November 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2003

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Overview

Learn how to use the internet to teach visual arts and refine students' critical thinking skills. A proven art instruction program that teaches everything from the creative process and art history to criticism and aesthetics.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Libraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Frequently Referred to Web Sites of Associations, Art Education Programs, and Resources.
Introduction.
1: History, Critical Thinking, and Using the Internet.
2: A Brief History of the Developments in Art Education.
Suggested Web Sites about Art Education and DBAE.
Suggested Web Sites for Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans.
References.
3: Developing Critical Thinking Skills in the Visual Arts.
Suggested Web Sites about Design and Techniques.
Suggested Web Sites Regarding Critical Thinking Skills.
References.
4: Using Primary Sources on the Internet in the Visual Arts.
Suggested Web Sites on Primary Sources, Collections, and Copyright.
Web Site Evaluation Guidelines.
Suggested Web Sites about Filters and Filtering.
Suggested Web Sites That Discuss How to Evaluate a Web Site.
Suggested Web Sites of Metasearch Engines.
Suggested Web Sites, Image Search Engines, and Directories.
Suggested Web Sites of Primary Source Directories for Images and Art History Information.
References.
5: Applying Critical Thinking Skills in the Visual Arts.
6: Elements and Principles of Design.
Images.
Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
7: Prehistoric and Ancient Middle Eastern Art (Circa 35,000–331 B.C.).
Images.
Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
8: Ancient Egyptian Art (Circa 6000–30 B.C.).
Images.
Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
9: Aegean and Greek Art (Circa 2800–30 B.C.).
Images.
Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
10: Etruscan and Roman Art (Circa Eighth Century B.C.–A.D. 500).
Etruscan Images.
Etruscan Web Addresses.
Roman Images.
Roman Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
11: Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Art (Circa 325 B.C.–A.D. 1390).
Early Christian Image.
Early Christian Web Addresses.
Byzantine Image.
Byzantine Web Addresses.
Islamic Image.
Islamic Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
12: Early Medieval and Medieval Art (Circa A.D. 375–1500).
Images.
Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
13: Birth of the Renaissance: Early Renaissance Art (Late Thirteenth Century–Early Fifteenth Century).
Early Renaissance Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Giotto (Circa 1267–1337).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Masaccio (Tommaso di Giovanni) (1401–1428?).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Brunelleschi, Filippo (1377–1446).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
14: High Renaissance Art (Circa 1480–1527).
High Renaissance Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Da Vinci, Leonardo (1452–1519).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Michelangelo (1475–1564).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
15: Mannerism (Circa 1515–1610).
Mannerism Web Addresses.
Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (Circa 1485–1576).
Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (1503–1540).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
16: Northern Renaissance Art (Fifteenth Century-Sixteenth Century).
Northern Renaissance Web Addresses.
Van Eyck, Jan (Circa 1390–1441).
Schongauer, Martin (Circa 1450–1491).
Bruegel, Pieter (the Elder, I) (1525?–1569).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Dürer, Albrecht (1471–1528).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
17: The Baroque of Italy, Spain, and France (Seventeenth Century).
Baroque Web Addresses.
Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi da) (1573–1610).
Bernini, Gianlorenzo (1598–1680).
Gentileschi, Artemisia (1598–Circa 1652).
Velázquez, Diego (1599–1660).
Château of Versailles, France (Begun in 1623).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
18: Flemish and Dutch Art (Seventeenth Century).
Flemish and Dutch Web Addresses.
Rubens, Peter Paul (1577–1640).
Vermeer, Jan (1632–1675).
Van Rijn, Rembrandt Harmenszoon (1606–1669).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
19: European Art (Eighteenth Century).
Rococo (Circa 1700–1750) Web Addresses.
Boucher, François (1703–1770), Fragonard, Jean Honoré (1732–1806), and Watteau, Antoine (1684–1721).
Panini, Giovanni Paolo (Circa 1692–1765) and Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista) (1696–1770).
Hogarth, William (1697–1764) and Gainsborough, Thomas (1727–1788).
Chardin, Jean-Baptiste-Siméon (1699–1779).
Neoclassicism (Circa 1750–1810) Web Addresses.
David, Jacques-Louis (1748–1825).
De Goya, Francisco José (1746–1828).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
20: Romanticism and Realism (Nineteenth Century).
Romanticism (Late-Eighteenth Century-Early-Nineteenth Century) Web Addresses.
Blake, William (1757–1827).
School, Barbizon (Circa 1830–1870).
School, Hudson River (Circa 1835–1870).
Delacroix, Eugène (1798–1863).
Friedrich, Caspar David (1774–1840).
Realism (Mid-Nineteenth Century).
Millet, Jean François (1814–1875).
Courbet, Gustave (1819–1877).
Manet, Édouard (1832–1883).
Eakins, Thomas.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
21: Impressionism (Circa 1860–1900).
Impressionism.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Monet, Claude (1840–1926).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Degas, Edgar (Hilaire Germain Edgar) (1834–1917).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Cassatt, Mary (1844–1926).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
22: Post-Impressionism (Circa 1886–1905).
Post-Impressionism Web Addresses.
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Van Gogh, Vincent (1853–1890).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Gauguin, Paul (1848–1903).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Seurat, Georges (1859–1891).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Related Internet Sites.
23: Early Modern Art and Cubism (Circa 1895–1914).
Early Modern Art.
Cézanne, Paul (1839–1906).
Picasso, Pablo (1881–1973).
Site Summary.
Discussion Questions and Activities.
Cubism (Circa 1907–1914).
Picasso, Pablo (1881–1973) (Cubism).