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Selections by Aaron Bohrod of his paintings

A suggested use for materials,   pp. 2-3


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Third Class Period 
      Have the students respond to questions on the transparency or worksheet
by looking at the following frames: 
      domeaning of objects in still life painting "Lincoln Portrait"
         close-ups (frames 28, 29, 30) 
         use of shadows to give a three-dimensional reality - "Animal
         Kingdom" (frames 31-34), "Eastern Orthodox" (frames
39-43) 
         changes of subject, mood, colors, texture and details: 
         Chicago street scene - "Chicago Street" (frame 6) 
         War paintings - "Rendova Rendezvous" (frame 22) 
         Place paintings - "Ice Fishing" (frame 25) 
         Still Life - "Bed Of Leaves" (frames 35-38) 
Follow-up Activities 
      1. Collect newspaper and magazine clippings about this and other artists
in the community. 
      2. Try a sketch, watercolor, or painting in the still life style. 
Additional Instructional Materials Available 
     --Many excellent books on artists, art, history, and appreciation are
listed in the "Art Education Bibliography" published by Madison's
Curriculum 
Department in 1966. 
     - Filmstrips and records about " Famous Artists at Work" can
be obtained 
from  the Assistant Curriculum  Director of Art, Curriculum  Department,
Madison Public Schools, Madison, Wisconsin. 
     - A Decade Of Still Life, written by Aaron Bohrod, 1966, is available
in most elementary libraries. 
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