National Curriculum Subject Area/s: Art & Design, History of Art Length of session: 1 hour Max group size: 30 pupils
‘An excellent introduction to perspective from an art historical context.’
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Explore and analyse a range of artworks from different times and cultures
Knowledge and understanding about how and when the rules of perspective were developed
Develop observational skills
Compare and contrast a range of artworks
Knowledge and understanding of specific artists
In this session students will explore objects and artworks to learn how the use of perspective in art has changed and developed across different cultures and times.
Objects and artworks include ancient Assyrian relief sculptures, Early Italian Art, Renaissance paintings by Paulo Uccello and J.M.W. Turner’s painting The High Street, Oxford. The session concludes with more recent paintings, exploring how the conventions of perspective can be subverted.
Sessions can be tailored in discussion with the teacher to meet the needs of students.