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Portraiture in a Developing Nation
For Teachers
Learning Objectives
Assessment Questions
 
Background
What is Portraiture?
The Context-18th and 19th Century America
American Portraiture of the 18th and 19th Centuries
 
Specifics
The Artists
19th Century Painters of 'High' Society
Itinerant Painters & a History Mystery
Family Portraits
 
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Glossary
Think, Look & Compare Questions
 
Activities by Grade Level
Elementary
Middle School
High School

 

 

 

New Hampshire Landscape
For Teachers
Learning Objectives
Assessment Questions
 
Background
What is Landscape Painting?
The Context- 19th Century America
 
Specifics
The Artists
The Hudson River School
 
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Glossary
Think, Look & Compare Questions
 
Activities by Grade Level
Elementary
Middle School
High School

 

 

Spotlight on New Hampshire Artists

For Teachers
Learning Objectives
Assessment Questions
 
Background
Why New Hampshire?
The Context - New Hampshire, The Granite State
 
Specifics
The Artists
A World-Class Photographer
Pottery That Tells A Story
Late Nineteenth Century Sculptors
An American Impressionist
 
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Glossary
Think, Look & Compare Questions
 
Activities by Grade Level
Elementary
Middle School
High School

 

 

 

Colonies of Creativity
For Teachers
Learning Objectives
Assessment Questions
 
Background
What is an Artists' Colony?
Introduction to New Hampshire's Artists' Colonies
 
Specifics
Cornish
Dublin
Isles of Shoals
The MacDowell Colony
 
Interact
Glossary
Think, Look & Compare Questions
 
Activities by Grade Level
Elementary
Middle School
High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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