Visual Thinking Strategies

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Harlem Renaissance ~ Palmer Hayden ~ The Janitor Who Paints ~ ca. 1930 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x cm. ~ Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D. African American Artwork, American Artists, African Art, American Realism, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Kunst, Black History, Art History, Visual Thinking Strategies

The Janitor Who Paints

Palmer Hayden was known for his paintings of the African American scene. In a 1969 interview he described The Janitor Who Paints, created around 1930, as "a sort of protest painting" of his own economic and social standing as well as that of his fellow African Americans.

The Tower of Babel (La tour de Babel), by Pieter Bruegel l'Ancien (the Elder) (Flemish, in Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam Google Art Project, Painting Frames, Painting Prints, Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Art Paintings, Canvas Art, Painting Wallpaper, Wallpaper Desktop

Google Arts & Culture

Virtual and up close tours of art museums around the world. Great for VTS (Visual Thinking Strategies) in classroom.

The Dance Class, By Edgar Degas, French Impressionist Painting, Oil On Canvas. Scene With Young Ballerinas At The Paris Opera House Poster Print Edgar Degas, National Gallery Of Art, Art Gallery, Ballerine Degas, Degas Ballerina, Degas Dancers, Ballet Dancers, Degas Paintings, Degas Drawings

Degas, Edgar School of Ballet 1873 Oil on canvas, 18 3/4 x 24 1/2 in In the Collection of The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington,

Allan Rohan Crite "Parade on Hammond Street" - ("To See as Artists See: American Art from The Phillips Collection" ~ Washington, DC, USA @ Tampa Museum of Art ~ Tampa, Florida, USA) Harlem Renaissance, Taft Museum, Visual Thinking Strategies, Tampa Museum Of Art, Framing Canvas Art, New Objectivity, Black Art Painting, Visual Learning, Phillips Collection

Crite, Allan Rohan Parade on Hammond Street 1935 Oil on canvas board, 17 7/8 x 23 7/8 in The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Toyohiro, Okajuma Four Accomplishments No. 1 cent Oil on canvas Courtesy of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Visual Thinking Strategies, Freer Gallery, Asian Art, Oil On Canvas, Museum, History, Artist

Toyohiro, Okajuma Four Accomplishments No. 1 19th cent Oil on canvas Courtesy of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. F1903.57

Harlem Renaissance ~ Palmer Hayden ~ The Janitor Who Paints ~ ca. 1930 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x cm. ~ Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D. African American Artwork, American Artists, African Art, American Realism, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Kunst, Black History, Art History, Visual Thinking Strategies

Hayden, Palmer The Janitor Who Paints c. 1937 Oil on canvas, 39 1/8 x 32 7/8 in Smithsonian American Art Museum,

Art appreciation helps young children learn to think and express ideas including increasing vocabulary skills Middle School Science, Elementary Science, Pinup Art, Education Quotes For Teachers, Kids Education, Childhood Education, Fantasy Warrior, Gadgets Électroniques, Apartment Decoration

Art appreciation helps young children learn to think and express ideas

The method aligns with the Common Core approach to learning.

Phébus, Gaston Hunter and Dogs Pursuing Fallow Deer, from Livre de la Chasse, Ms. 27, fol. 81v (detail)	about 1430 - 1440	Tempera colors, gold paint, silver paint, and gold leaf on parchment bound between pasteboard covered withred morocco, 10 3/8 x 7 1/4 in The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Visual Thinking Strategies, Fallow Deer, Getty Museum, Silver Paint, Gaston, Tempera, Moose Art, Gold Leaf, Morocco

Phébus, Gaston Hunter and Dogs Pursuing Fallow Deer, from Livre de la Chasse, Ms. 27, fol. 81v (detail) about 1430 - 1440 Tempera colors, gold paint, silver paint, and gold leaf on parchment bound between pasteboard covered withred morocco, 10 3/8 x 7 1/4 in The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles