Art History

    Drawing and Painting is considered a studio course.  This is because the work that you produce occurs in the class (studio), rather than at home.  Learning takes place under the guidance of your teacher’s instruction, demonstrations, experiences, and expertise within the walls of the classroom rather than the pages of a textbook.  You will also learn from each other.  In this creative atmosphere new ideas for completing assignments often occur spontaneously and become an important part of your artistic experience.   It's for this reason that active, consistent attendance is vital for gaining the full benefit of this course. If you miss important demonstrations and studio time, you will have to make up work without the benefit of demonstrations by your teacher.  EVERY CLASS PERIOD IS IMPORTANT.
    Frida Kahlo    
    Frida Kahlo
    Edvard Munch
    Henri Matisse
    Henri Matisse




    Alexander Calder

    Amadeo Modigliani

    Andrew Wyeth

    Andy Warhol

    Ansel Adams


    Chuck  Close

    Claude Monet

    David Hockney

    Diego Rivera

    Duane Hanson

    Edgar Degas

    Edouard Manet

    Edvard Munch

    Edward Hopper

    Egon Schiele

    Fernando Botero

    Frank Lloyd Wright

    Franz Marc

    Georgia O'Keeffe

    Gustav Klimt

    Guy Rose

    Henri de Toulouse Lautrec

    Henri Matisse

    Henri Rousseau

    Jackson Pollock

    Jacob Lawrence

    Jasper Johns

    Jean Arp

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Joan Miro

    John Singer Sargent

    Joseph Cornell


    Keith Haring

    Leonardo DaVinci

    Lucian Freud

    Marc Chagall

    Marcel Duchamp

    Mark Rothko

    Mary Cassatt

    Max Ernst

    Maxfield Parrish


    Paul Cezanne

    Paul Gauguin

    Paul Klee

    Pierre-Auguste Renoir

    Piet Mondrian


    Rene Magritte

    Robert Bateman

    Romare Bearden

    Roy Lichtenstein

    Salvador  Dali

    Sandro Botticelli

    Wassily Kandinsky

Last Modified on August 29, 2017