Art History doesn't have to be dull and boring! Let your kids and teens learn about the different art eras and get to "know" some of the famous artists, by joining veteran homeschool mom and artist, Alisha Gratehouse, and her daughter, Olivia, on a FUN, artsy tour across the centuries as we peek into the lives of some of the most creative minds of all time!
Perfect for homeschool morning time, car-schooling or as a complement to your in-depth art study.
25 . Vincent van Gogh
24. Paul Cézanne
23. Mary Cassatt
Best known for her portrayal of domestic scenes as well as the intimate bond between a mother and child, she loved to use bright colors and an unabashed realistic style.
She was a leading artist in the Impressionist movement in the latter 1800s and known as one of “les trois grande dames” of Impressionism (along with Berthe Morisot and Marie Bracquemond).
In this episode, we talk about Mary Cassatt.
22. Berthe Morisot
Known as one of "les trois grandes dames" of Impressionism, she is famous for painting scenes from domestic life: family, children, ladies, beautiful gardens and flowers in watercolors and oils.
In this episode, we're going to talk about Berthe Morisot, one of the most prominent artists of the Impressionist era!
21. Pierre-Auguste Renoir
He believed that art should celebrate life, beauty and the joy of each moment. Known for his soft, feathery brush strokes in his colorful paintings, he primarily depicted feminine beauty. But he also painted still lifes, as well as rural and domestic scenes.
In this episode, we're going to talk about one of the leading artists of the Impressionist movement, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
20. Claude Monet
He was compelled to capture the constantly changing and atmosphere altering light. The way it cast its beauty on land and water — the way it changed the shades and tones of color in the tiniest of degrees.
He and his “rebel” friends would rock the art establishment of the time and forever revolutionize the world of art!
In this episode, we'll talk about Claude Monet, the “Father of Impressionism”.
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I heard about this on Pam Barnhill’s podcast and thought I would check it out and I’m so glad I did! Sadly, I lack both knowledge and appreciation of art but this podcast has really inspired me! They do a great job framing the historical setting, giving interesting information about the artist, and then helping you truly appreciate a work of art! And all in about 20 minutes! I’m looking forward to sharing this with my kids.