Camille Pissarro is one of those artists that I always forget that I like so much. I am going to enjoy viewing his artwork this week and sharing with my family. Here are a few links to glean some information from and to enjoy some of Pissarro’s artwork.
Artwork on WikiPaintings – make sure to click to see the enlarged images.
Camille Pissarro lesson plan from the Denver Art Museum – Excellent lesson plan featuring Pissarro’s Autumn Poplars.
Printable Biography for Pissarro – probably for older students.
I just love the way he uses color and shadow in his paintings. You might like to try using my printable Art Question Cards as part of your picture study this week.
Camille Pissarro Notebook Page
Intimate Impression – Camille Pissarro Notebook Page
Pull the painting up on your computer and let your children view it for a few minutes. Follow up with recording the information specified on the notebook page and then color in the image with colored pencils.
Here is a link to the painting: Chestnut Trees at Louveciennes-Winter.
Here is the schedule of artists planned in this series:
Week 6: Camille Pissarro
Week 7: Alfred Sisley
Week 8: Paul Cezanne
Week 9: Edouard Manet
Week 10: Edouard Vuillard