"Owls Painters"

 

The Project owls Painters, had the purpose of introducing children to the understanding and knowledge of the life of the Great Masters of Colours.
It 'a program exclusively dedicated to the life of the ancient painters, from the Middle Ages at the time of Jakson Pollok. The project is divided into different categories according to children's age: 4-5 years, 6-7 years, 8-9 years.

The program of owls Painters is the following one:

Giotto
The fairy tale, "There once was a boy named Giotto ..."

Simone Martini
The Guidoriccio da Fogliano Story Teller

Donatello, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Gentile da Fabriano, Masolino da Panicale,
Masaccio, Filippo Lippi

The Renaissance 1 - Vocabulary
The theatrical fable of:
(The tale concerns one of the following ancient artists)

Brunelleschi invents Perspective - The ratio of the painters towards this event.

Donatello, Masaccio, Paolo Uccello, Luca della Robbia, Piero della Francesca,
The Perugino, Pinturicchio, Luca Signorelli, Antonello da Messina, Andrea Mantegna.

Work Shop

The Flemish art:
Jan Van Eyck

The Renaissance
(Study of different authors: Giorgione, Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci).

Giorgione
The Tale: A child by the name of Giorgione and drawings of its landscape with figures.

Botticelli
The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a beautiful lady who was called Spring ..."
(From the works of Sandro Botticelli)

Leonardo da Vinci
The Tale:
"There once was a boy named Leo ..."

Raphael
The Tale:
"There once was a boy named Raffaello ..."

Michelangelo
The Tale:
"There once was a boy named Michelangelo ..."

The Way-Mannerism

Pontormo
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Pontormo ..."

Parmigianino
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Parmigianino,
but not because he ate the cheese ...... "

Tiziano Vecellio
The fairy tale: "It tells you a brief history d 'love
between two people, two animals or two things that you know "..."

The seventeenth century
The naturalism of Caravaggio
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy called Caravaggio"

Jan Vermeer-
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Jan"

Georges de la Tour
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named George who loved candles"

The Baroque Period
Vocabulary

Gian Lorenzo Bernini
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Gian Lorenzo"

Rubens
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Peter Paul"

Jusepe de Ribera
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named" Jusepe ... "

The Rococo - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

Jose Francisco Goya
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Jose Francisco"

Giambattista Tiepolo
The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named Giambattista"

Neoclassicism - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time ... two trains, traveling in a David, another traveling Mengs"

Part Three - The history of contemporary art:

The Nineteenth Century: Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The Neo-Gothic
Romanticism

The fairy tale: "Once there was a boy who loved to travel"

The game: Memory of Romantic painters:
Ingres
Géricault
Delacroix
Hayez

Alternatively

The game: Memory of realist painters:
Courbet
Daumier
Millet
Carot

Impressionism - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a group of friends: Manet, Monet, Sisley, Degas ...
Projectors Impressionism (since 1880 in France)

The nineteenth century in Italy: - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

I Macchiaioli
Introduction stylistic
The fairy tale: "Once upon a time two friends: Slvestrto League and Giovanni Fattori

New Science of Color, "color spectrum" ...

Born printing, photography, cinema
Introduction and historical overview and Vocabulary

The Art Nouveau-Bauhaus-The Vanguards

Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a group of friends: Matisse-Picasso-Braque
or "There once was a boy named Pablo" (Pablo Picasso)

Expressionism-style Introduction
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a group of friends: Klimt-Munch-Kandinsky-Klee-Mondrian"

Dadaism - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a group of friends-artists a little rebellious to some rules
this group of artists called "Dadaist"
The game Memory of painters:
Duchamp-Picabia-
Ernst-Otto-Dix, Grosz

Surrealism - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: "Once upon a time a group of artist-friends who wanted to discover new things
this group of artists called "Surrealists"

A fairy tale: "Once there was a boy named original artist Amedeo Modigliani 2)

A fairy tale: "Once upon a time a child very original artist by the name of Marc Chagall

Special Section / MORE INFORMATION:
Chagall for Children

An initiative dedicated to children inspired by the great French artist Marc Chagall.
Through play children can approach the imagery and techniques of the great master and his colourful and magical world where anything is possible, as in a dream world very close to the size of childhood: a cow can play the violin or stand on a roof, animals can have human legs, men and things fly like birds and trees fronds stand down. Childhood memories of the painter, who lived in the small Russian village of Vitebsk, wooden houses, the animals he loved, his cock, the pendulum clock, Uncle violinist and loved ones live on in the memories and enliven the paintings , determining the structure of composition. The educational exhibition, targeted at youngsters aged 4 to 12 years, presents fifteen bags of colored wood, "color boxes" giants, which contain the reproduction of a work of observation and games, puzzles and manipulation. Each child receives a game-catalog that accompanies it during the visit and that can take home. To provide teachers instead there is a pedagogical dossier to prepare for the visit with your class. The program also includes activities to experience pictorial themes and techniques of the artist. The Museum of grass in Bellinzona This year marks its fifth anniversary. Opened in October 2000, he was the first antenna's foreign Musée en Herbe in Paris, active in the French capital for 30 years.
As the headquarters in Paris, is a different museum, an educational space where exhibitions are designed to introduce young people to artistic creation, through play and humor.

1930
A fairy tale: "Once upon a time a child artist named Lucio" Fontana

Futurism-style Introduction
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: Once upon a time the little artists who invented a new game

The Metaphysics - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: Once upon a time two little artists named George Carlo and Giorgio De Chirico and Carlo Carrà)

The late twentieth century - Introduction stylistic
Vocabulary

The fairy tale: Once upon a time a boy named Jakson Pollok.