Leonardo da Vinci Art Projects for Kids - a collection of fabulous project ideas for kids to paint and sketch just like Leonardo da Vinci and other Renaissance artists.

Leonardo da Vinci Art Projects for Kids

Leonardo da Vinci Art Projects for Kids - a collection of fabulous project ideas for kids to paint and sketch just like Leonardo da Vinci and other Renaissance artists. Idea for homeschool art.

This compelling sculpture, titled 'Lift Every Voice and Sing,' was designed by Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage for the 1939 World's Fair. It stood 16 feet tall. A temporary installation, it was unfortunately destroyed after the close of the fair.

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" sculpture designed by Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage for 1939 World's Fair. As a temporary installation it was destroyed at close of fair.

IDEA # 32: TROMPE-L'OEIL    Renaissance artists put the newly perfected technique of linear perspective to light-hearted as well as serious uses. The trompe-l’oeil ceiling opening Andrea Mantegna painted for his patron Ludovico Gonzaga is a virtuoso demonstration of perspective.

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ARTIST: Andrea Mantegna : Ceiling Oculus in the Camera degli Sposi, Mantova. This room was the bridal chamber in the palace of the Gonzaga family. Several of the family members are looking down into the room

Da Vinci Art Projects for Kids:  Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci is best known for his realistic portraits.  He was a master at studying the lines and shape of a person’s face.  He very slowly and carefully observed the textures, shapes, and unique details for his drawings and oil paintings.

Leonardo da Vinci - Art Elements Taught Line, Value Art Activity Emphasis Renaissance Portraits, Proportions of Face Student Art Supplies Markers, Paint

Melozzo da Flori (Italian Renaissance artist, 1438-1494) Playing the Lute  January 29, 2011.

Melozzo da Flori (Italian Renaissance artist, Playing the Lute January “'Without Melozzo, the work of Raphael and Michelangelo would have never existed.' This statement by Antonio Paolucci, director of the Vatican Museums

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