Just uploaded to my Teachers Pay Teachers store! Make learning about art history fun and engaging with your students! This coloring book includes 15 coloring pages that starts with Ancient Egyptian art and ends with Pop Art. Each coloring page has been recreated from the original master work of art. At the bottom of each coloring page, the title, artist, and date are included for reference. This 16 full page coloring book would also be an excellent enrichment or early-finisher activity. Print out the whole book or single pages depending on the unit and age level. These pages could also work as reference images for older students!
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Which artists or cultures are included in this coloring book?
-“Anubis embalming Sennedjem” Wall Painting 1292 BC, Ancient Egypt
- “Achilles and Ajax engaged in a game” Amphora by Exekias, 540 BC, Ancient Greece
- “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci, 1503 AD, Italy
- “The Musicians” by Caravaggio, 1595 AD, Italy
-Detail of “The Grand Robe” by Great Plains Native Americans 1800-1830 AD
-“The Great Wave of Kanagawa” by Hokusai, 1830-1833 AD, Japan
-“Sunflowers” By Vincent Van Gogh, 1889 AD
-“The Basket of Apples” by Paul Cézanne, 1889 AD
-Advertisement for “Job” By Alphonse Mucha, 1898 AD
-“Red Poppy, No. VI” by Georgia O’Keeffe, 1928 AD
-“Persistence of Memory” By Salvador Dali, 1931 AD
-“Guernica” By Pablo Picasso, 1937 AD
-“Day and Night” By M.C. Escher, 1938 AD
-“Nighthawks” By Edward Hopper, 1942 AD
-“Campbell’s Tomato Soup” By Andy Warhol, 1962 AD
This 16 full page coloring book comes prepared with a title cover in .PDF format. All coloring pages are free of nudity.
I am a 7th year high school art teacher in Rochester, MN. I have taught middle school for 2 years and high school for almost 5 years. I truly enjoy working with students on a daily basis. I also enjoy teaching real-world skills such as problem solving, using technology, and the power of teamwork and collaboration. My joy is sharing my passion for art with others!
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