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September 2009

   
           
         
           
     

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In Memoriam: Guy Hubbard

Article:
Art Elements For Middle and High-Schoolers: Line (page 18)
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Letter Block Template and samples

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Article:
Introduction to the 2009-10 Clip & Save Art Print Series:
Fun And Recreation In Ar
t (page 24)

Visit this Web page to learn more about Northern European genre painting:
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/gnrn/hd_gnrn.htm

Article:
Clip And Save Art Print: Georges Seurat, "Bathers At Asnieres"
(page 25)

For a detailed biography of Georges Seurat, go to: www.renoirinc.com/biography/artists/seurat.htm

To learn more about Seurat and see other work by him, including a selection of his studies for “Bathers at Asnieres,” visit:
http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/artists/georges-seurat

To see a close-up detail of Seurat’s brushwork, go to:
www.renoirinc.com/biography/artists/seurat/detail.htm

To learn more about “Bathers at Asnieres,” go to:
http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/georges-seurat-bathers-at-asnieres

For a fun digital activity to replicate Seurat’s dot technique, students can visit:
 www.epcomm.com/center/point/point.htm

Article:
Name Designs (page 32)

For information about the Korean alphabet, visit:
http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Pagoda/1876/hangul.htm

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The Illustrated Name: A Different Kind Of "Portrait"


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