Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I-Edvard Klimt-Top 10 Famous Pieces of Art Stolen by the Nazis

Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I-Edvard Klimt-Top 10 Famous Pieces of Art Stolen by the Nazis

LESSON 2: Objective- Using Photoshop, create an art mash-up using masking and clipping techniques. Successfully combine 2 famous pieces of art to create a new masterpiece. Consider having students present research they have found about the artists/pieces they chose to mash-up. Example: Botticelli and van Gogh (there are all KINDS of art mash ups you could do...)

LESSON 2: Objective- Using Photoshop, create an art mash-up using masking and clipping techniques. Successfully combine 2 famous pieces of art to create a new masterpiece. Consider having students present research they have found about the artists/pieces they chose to mash-up. Example: Botticelli and van Gogh (there are all KINDS of art mash ups you could do...)

Love art and want to see some of the world's most famous pieces. Here's an infographic that tells you where they are.

Love art and want to see some of the world's most famous pieces. Here's an infographic that tells you where they are.

The Astronomer was finished by Vermeer around 1668.  The art was created with oil on canvas, and measures 51cm x 45cm.  The painting is linked  with another famous Vermeer portrait named The Geographer.  Both paintings are thought to portray the same man, which could be Anton van Leeuwenhoek. It was owned by Edouard de Rothschild and stolen by Nazis and became one of Hitler's prized possessions.

The Astronomer was finished by Vermeer around 1668. The art was created with oil on canvas, and measures 51cm x 45cm. The painting is linked with another famous Vermeer portrait named The Geographer. Both paintings are thought to portray the same man, which could be Anton van Leeuwenhoek. It was owned by Edouard de Rothschild and stolen by Nazis and became one of Hitler's prized possessions.

If famous artists lived in their own works, it could look something like Federico Babina's Archist series, which turns famous pieces of art into architectural structures. Babina, who is both an...

If famous artists lived in their own works, it could look something like Federico Babina's Archist series, which turns famous pieces of art into architectural structures. Babina, who is both an...

Famous Pieces of Art Stolen by the Nazis. {Painter on the Road to Tarascon-Vincent van Gogh} On 01/31/1933 Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany.  One of his first actions was the “cleansing of the German culture,” which included book burnings and the labeling of degenerate art.

Famous Pieces of Art Stolen by the Nazis. {Painter on the Road to Tarascon-Vincent van Gogh} On 01/31/1933 Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. One of his first actions was the “cleansing of the German culture,” which included book burnings and the labeling of degenerate art.

In this project, students are asked to take a famous piece of art and increases its size by a scale factor of at least three. The extra challenge is that each piece of art is divided into 2-4 pieces and each student only gets a portion of the original. The more accurate their measurements, the better it will match up with the pieces their teammates are creating.

In this project, students are asked to take a famous piece of art and increases its size by a scale factor of at least three. The extra challenge is that each piece of art is divided into 2-4 pieces and each student only gets a portion of the original. The more accurate their measurements, the better it will match up with the pieces their teammates are creating.

Katsushika Hokusai's "The Great Wave" Karla, this is my favorite EVER.  I used to have all the prints of the famous painting from this artist, but I gave them to Yasmine.

Katsushika Hokusai's "The Great Wave" Karla, this is my favorite EVER. I used to have all the prints of the famous painting from this artist, but I gave them to Yasmine.

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