Art & Science Curriculum Lesson Plan Medieval Natural Resources



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J. Paul Getty Museum
Education Department

Art & Science Curriculum Lesson Plan
Medieval Natural Resources


Grades: Lower Elementary (K–2), Middle School (6–8), High School (9–12)

Subjects: Science and Visual Arts

Time Required: 1–3 class periods

Author: J. Paul Getty Museum Education Staff
Featured Getty Artwork

The French King at Court from a French manuscript, The Story of Two Lovers

http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=143858
Lesson Overview

Students will identify the natural resources that were used to make an illuminated manuscript during the Renaissance. They will research the origins of these materials to determine which are renewable resources, and which are available in California.



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