Art In The Netherlands

The Importance of Arts and Crafts in children. Children  receive stimulation when they are taking part in crafts and art projects since they need to focus on their imagination and creativity. When you give a paintbrush to your kid,  for instance, you allow them to express themselves through brush strokes and colors and they are able to create whatever image they want.

 

CUBISM ART

A revolutionary style of modern art pioneered by Pablo Picasso, Cubism formed in response to the rapidly changing modern world.

My kids enjoyed putting their masterpieces together.  I loved the color choices and how they turned out.

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GIRL WITH THE PEAR EARRING

Girl with a Pearl Earring. The Girl with a Pearl Earring by the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer  is one his major masterpieces. The focal point of the painting is the reflective pearl earring.   When we sat for this project the kids were intrigued on why she was looking right at them.  Its interesting on how real some picture can look.   I enjoy the different styles of pictures and how the kids put them together.

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SUNFLOWER

Van Gogh Sunflower Art Lesson were special for Vincent Van Gogh. Yellow was the color of happiness and in the Netherlands, Sunflowers were a symbol of loyalty and devotion.

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Working on spelling and colors today!  We love the Mother Goose  and the literacy lessons they provide.

STARRY NIGHT

The Starry Night was just one of Van Gohs’ many works. He grew up loving to draw and later matured as an artist. He had 2,100 artworks, including 860 oil paintings and more than 1,300 watercolor paintings, drawings, prints, and sketches.

MIXING COLORS

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