- I would like to teach tryptichs to my classes. I need some good non-religious examples. Any ideas where I can find pictures of some?
- Hi Jery,
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I would like to teach tryptichs to my classes. I need some good
non-religious examples. Any ideas where I can find pictures of some?
- I have an easy triptych project in my book, Discovering Great Artists, bsed on Jan van Eyck's work back in the 1400's.You make a hinged cardboard with a large piece with an arched pointy top in the middle, and two smaller "doors" on the side, and when folded in, their points match up to fit the larger piece.Page 15 if you have a copy, or can get one from the library.Go to this page: http://www.brightring.com/artists.htmlAnd then click on Van Eyck about four down in the list, and it will take you to one of his actual works.IBPA Board of DirectorsBarnes & Noble Parents' Expert CircleNAEYC Live Learning Center presenterOn Dec 11, 2011, at 12:00 PM, Kathleen Maledon wrote:
i think max weber did one kOn Dec 10, 2011, at 4:58 PM, Jeri wrote: