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Introduction to Art History Series

Learn Art History with Hands-on Art Lessons by Barry Stebbing

  • Barry Stebbing, artist/instructor, designed these easy-to-follow lessons with specific learning objectives.
  • Add art appreciation with these multi-level art history/art appreciation courses.
  • Coordinate your study of art history with your world history or science history courses.
Intro to Art History I: Classical Masters.
Classical Masters-Part I
Intro to Art History
Ages 6 and up
Intro to Art History II: Ancient Art.
Ancient Art-Part II
Intro to Art History
Ages 6 and up
Intro to Art History III: Early Christian Art.
Early Christian Art III
Intro to Art History
Ages 6 and up
Intro to Art History IV: Renaissance.
Renaissance-Part IV
Intro to Art History
Ages 6 and up

Classical Masters I

Intro to Art History I: Classical Masters.
Intro to Art History Part I: Classical Masters.

An Introduction to Art History: Classical Masters, Part I

By Barry Stebbing, Publisher: How Great Thou Art Publications

Item #HGTA884

Part 1 Classical Masters of An Introduction to Art History Art Series introduces your student to the art of Rembrandt, Carl Linnaeus, and Edgar Degas.

This multi-level one-year curriculum features:

  • 36 30-minute art lessons and 3 quizzes.
  • 12 lessons for each of the three artists.
  • Combines information about the artist with a brief art lesson.
  • Incorporate nature study and learn outdoors as you study a great botanist/artist.
  • Reproducible for one family.
  • Suitable for homeschool co-ops—each family will need to purchase a book.

The components for this course come shrink-wrapped and include:

  • One 44 page softcover text
  • 26 cardstock lesson cards with full color Masterpiece cards
    • 3-hole punched to add to a portfolio notebook (not included)
    • 16 Art Lesson Cards and 10 Masterpieces

You will also need to purchase a set of 12 colored pencils, brush, set of 8 water soluble markers, and a fine black drawing pen. (Prang and Crayola offer reasonably priced sets.)

For ages 6 and up

Price $22.95

Add to Cart.

Ancient Art II

Intro to Art History Part II: Ancient Art.
Intro to Art History Part II: Ancient Art.

An Introduction to Art History: Ancient Art Part II

By Barry Stebbing, Publisher: How Great Thou Art Publications

Item #HGTA889

Part II Ancient Art of An Introduction to Art History Art Series introduces your student to art of Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.

This multi-level one-year curriculum features:

  • 36 30-minute art lessons and 3 quizzes.
  • Combines information about ancient art with a brief art lesson.
  • Reproducible for one family.
  • Suitable for homeschool co-ops—each family will need to purchase a book.

Components for this course come shrink-wrapped and include:

  • One softcover text
  • 13 shrink-wrapped cardstock Lesson cards with 10 full color Masterpiece cards—3-hole punched to add to a portfolio notebook (not included)

You will also need to purchase a set of 12 colored pencils, brush, set of 8 water soluble markers, and a fine black drawing pen. (Prang and Crayola offer reasonably priced sets.)

For ages 7 and up

Price $22.95

Add to Cart.

Early Christian Art, Part III

Intro to Art History III: Early Christian Art.
Intro to Art History III: Early Christian Art.

An Introduction to Art History: Early Christian Art, Part III

By Barry Stebbing, Publisher: How Great Thou Art Publications

Item #HGTA881

Part III Early Christian Art of An Introduction to Art History Art Series introduces your student to the art of the Early Church, the Dark Ages, the Middle Ages, the Book of Kells, the Gothic Period, and the Byzantine Period.

This multi-level one-year curriculum features:

  • 36 30-minute art lessons and 3 quizzes.
  • Combines information about the artist with a brief art lesson.
  • Incorporate nature study and learn outdoors as you study a great botanist/artist.
  • Reproducible for one family.
  • Suitable for homeschool co-ops—each family will need to purchase a book.

The components for this course come shrink-wrapped and include:

  • One 71 page softcover text
  • 11 shrink-wrapped cardstock Lesson cards with 7 full color Masterpiece cards—three-hole punched to add to a portfolio notebook (not included)

You will also need to purchase a set of 12 colored pencils, brush, set of 8 water soluble markers, and a fine black drawing pen. (Prang and Crayola offer reasonably priced sets.)

For ages 6 and up

Price $22.95

Add to Cart.

Renaissance & Reformation Part IV

Intro to Art History IV: Renaissance.
An Introduction to Art History: Renaissance, Reformation, 1600s Part IV

An Introduction to Art History: Renaissance, Reformation, 1600s Part IV

By Barry Stebbing, Publisher: How Great Thou Art Publications

Item #HGTA894

Part IV Renaissance, Reformation, 1600s of An Introduction to Art History Art Series introduces your student to the art of many prominent Protestant artists in northern Europe during the Reformation as styles of the Renaissance.

This multi-level one-year curriculum features:

  • 36 30-minute art lessons and 3 quizzes.
  • Combines information about the artist with a brief art lesson.
  • Reproducible for one family.
  • Suitable for homeschool co-ops—each family will need to purchase a book.

The components for this course come shrink-wrapped and include:

  • One softcover text
  • 21 cardstock lesson cards with full color Masterpiece cards
    • 3-hole punched to add to a portfolio notebook (not included)
    • 11 Art Lesson Cards and 10 Masterpiece Cards

You will also need to purchase a set of 12 colored pencils, brush, set of 8 water soluble markers, and a fine black drawing pen. (Prang and Crayola offer reasonably priced sets.)

For ages 6 and up

Price $22.95

Add to Cart.

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