Famous Art Journal Prompts/Bell Ringers - Middle, High School - 9 Weeks

Famous Art Journal Prompts/Bell Ringers - Middle, High School - 9 Weeks

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These Famous Art Journal Prompts can be used in Visual Arts, ELA, and/or History Classrooms. Each slide features a famous piece of art with a unique writing prompt. This resource is perfect for the writing and critical thinking required by the Common Core Standards and help students to cite evidence from the artwork. Each slide includes; Title of the work, Artist, Date, Movement, Medium & Location of piece.

Great for use in the classroom or distance learning, there are 45 artists, that cover 33 art movements, each with a different prompt. Can also be used as Bell Ringers. The entire set will last 9 weeks, perfect for middle school classrooms. Link to Google Slides version is included.

Includes Artwork by the following 45 Artists:

  1. Salvador Dali
  2. Aaron Douglas
  3. Paul Klee
  4. Vincent Van Gogh
  5. Leonardo Da Vinci
  6. Jacob Lawrence
  7. Johannes Vermeer
  8. Louise Bourgeois
  9. Tohaku Hasegawa
  10. Kehinde Wiley
  11. Pablo Picasso
  12. Grant Wood
  13. Franz Marc
  14. Edward Hopper
  15. Berthe Morisot
  16. Banksy
  17. Georges Seurat
  18. Claude Monet
  19. Julia Mehretu
  20. M.C. Escher
  21. James Abbott McNeill Whistler
  22. Mary Cassatt
  23. Jan Van Eyke
  24. Ohara Koson
  25. Katsushika Hokusai
  26. Andy Warhol
  27. Georgia O’Keeffe
  28. René Magritte
  29. Andrew Wyeth
  30. Frida Kahlo
  31. Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  32. Keith Haring
  33. John Constable
  34. Odilon Redon
  35. Henri Rousseau
  36. Wassily Kandinsky
  37. Gustav Klimt
  38. Cy Twombly
  39. Paul Gauguin
  40. Caspar David Friedrich
  41. Charles Demuth
  42. Julie Graag
  43. Raphael Raffaello
  44. Yayoi Kusama
  45. Paul Cézannne

Artwork from the following 33 Art Movements:

  1. Art Deco
  2. Bauhaus
  3. Post-Impressionism
  4. Impressionism
  5. Renaissance
  6. Harlem Renaissance
  7. Dutch Golden Age
  8. Modern Art
  9. Momoyama Movement
  10. Cubism
  11. American Modernism
  12. Social Realism
  13. Fauvism
  14. Street Art
  15. Pointillism
  16. Abstract Art
  17. Modern Art
  18. Realism
  19. Northern Renaissance
  20. Ukiyo-e
  21. Pop Art
  22. American Regionalism
  23. Symbolism
  24. Socio-Political Movement
  25. Romanticism
  26. Primitivism
  27. Expressionism
  28. Art Nouveau
  29. Abstract Expressionism
  30. German Romanticism
  31. Italian Renaissance
  32. Installation Art
  33. Shin-hanga

Completion/Points Recording Sheet

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Copyright Fair Use Rationale: The full Concept of these slides was conceived and created by Sabrina Wingren. Artist artwork featured is: Historically significant artworks, Readily available on the Internet, A low-resolution copy of the original artwork and are unsuitable for commercial reproduction.