Sacred Love Versus Profane Love (1602–03) by Giovanni Baglione. Intended as an attack on his hated enemy, the artist Caravaggio, it shows a boy (hinting at Caravaggio's homosexuality) on one side, a devil with Caravaggio's face on the other, and between an angel representing pure, meaning non-erotic, love.
Ask your students to pick a principle from the poster and explain how the word illustrates its meaning, or use this poster to help your students during an art critique; ask them to pick a Principle of Design and explain how a select work of art uses that Principle of Design.
Enhancing Vocabulary | Shades of Meaning: Start with an okay word and use a thesaurus to identify 8 synonyms. Have students circle 3 of the synonyms in varying degrees of strength. Fill up the remaining paint-swatch boxes with the varied synonyms, building up.
Elements borrowed from assembly lines and manufacturing plants give a new kitchen industrial-era character. Subway tiles with modern shimmer, rustic wood cabinets equipped with bin pulls, white marble countertops, and high-tech gadgets blend past, present, and future ideas into a charmingly cohesive composition./