Looking at Portraits: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan



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J. Paul Getty Museum Education Department

Looking at Portraits: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan



Looking at Portraits: Portraits in Line


Grade: Middle School (6–8)

Subjects: Visual Arts
Time required: One to two class periods

Author: J. Paul Getty Museum Education Staff

Featured Getty Artwork

Portrait of Joseph Roulin by Vincent van Gogh

http://www.getty.edu/art/collections/objects/o145.html
Lesson Overview

Students will use Van Gogh’s Portrait of Joseph Roulin as inspiration for their own portraits of friends in the classroom.



Learning Objectives


Students should be able to:

- learn about portraits.

- analyze Van Gogh’s use of line in his Portrait of Joseph Roulin.

- learn the technique of hatching and cross-hatching.

- use the art element of line, along with the techniques of hatching and cross-hatching, to execute a portrait.

Materials

- Image of Portrait of Joseph Roulin by Vincent van Gogh

- Drawing paper

- Ink pens

- Reed pens

- India ink

- Looking at Portraits Glossary



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