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Art Teacher's Book of Lists

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ISBN-10: 0787974242

ISBN-13: 9780787974244

Edition: 2nd 1997 (Revised)

Authors: Helen D. Hume

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This remarkable resource offers over 270 illustrated lists to help you quickly find information about specific artists, art materials, art history, museums or disciplines. For easy use, the lists are organized into ten sections, given here with a sample from each: All About Art ("Elements of Art") ... Art History ("Timelines of Art History") ... For the Art Teacher ("The National Visual Arts Standards") ... Art Materials ("Things to Do with Collage") ... Painting, Drawing & Printmaking ("All About Color Pigment") ... Sculpture ("Master Sculptors & Their Work")... Architecture ("Great Architects of the World")... Fine Arts & Folk Art ("African American Crafts") ... Technology & Art ("The…    
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Book details

List price: $32.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/29/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.486
Language: English

About This Resource
All About Art
Quotations About Art
Art Definitions
Pronunciation Guide
Artists' Birthdays
Elements of Art
Principles of Design
100 Famous Paintings
100 Famous Sculptures
100 Famous "Buildings"
100 Famous Art Objects
100 Famous Photographs
What Did It Sell For?
Auction House Addresses
Movies and Plays About Artists
Fiction About Art and Artists
Art Magazines
Visual Art Resources and Publishers
Resources for CD-ROM and Art Videos
Poster and Print Resources
Slide Resources
General Art Supply Resources
Specialty Art Supply Resources
Art History
Quotations About Art History
Time Lines of Art History
Overview of Artistic Periods
American Art Time Line
American Art Overview
Art and Culture, 35,000-500 BC
Art and Culture, 500 BC-AD 500
Art and Culture, 500-1000 AD
Art and Culture, 1000-1500
Art and Culture, 1500-1750
Art and Culture, 1750-1875
Art and Culture, 1875-1950
Art and Culture, 1950-2000
Japanese Historical Periods
Chinese Painting Time Line
Chinese Dynasties
Egyptian Historical Periods
Greek and Roman Gods, Goddesses, and Heroes
Greek Historical Periods
Mythological Paintings
Classicism and Romanticism in Art
Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Artists
Well-Known Women Artists
African American Artists
Some African American Artists and Their Artworks
Hispanic Artists
Twentieth-Century Native American Artists
Famous Paintings, Listed Chronologically
American Art
Famous Artists
For the Art Teacher
Quotations About Teaching Art
The National Visual Arts Standards
Selected Glossary from the National Visual Arts Standards
Sample Discipline-Based Art Education (DBAE) Lesson Plan
Things to Do: One-Day Lessons
Art History/Art Appreciation Activities
Educational Art Games Available for Purchase
Aesthetic Activities
Art Criticism Questions
Descriptive Words to Use in a Formal Analysis of Art
Some Currently Used Methods of Assessing Student Achievement
Creating a Rubric
Accommodations for the Individual with Disabilities
Identifying Artistically Gifted and Talented Students in the Arts
Careers in Art
Safety Reminders for the Artroom
Creativity and Art Education
Ways to Motivate Students
Making Your Art Program Vital and Visible
Effective Ways to Display Students' Work
Places to Go on Field Trips In and Out of School
Suggested Subjects for Art Assignments
Suggestions for Composition
Ways to Change an Object in a Composition
Useful Reference Books for Art Teachers
Addresses Every Art Teacher Should Have
Materials and Equipment Needed for an Art Department
Found Materials That Can Be Reused in Art
Homemade Art Recipes
Measurements and Conversion Tables
Writing Articles Related to Art for Publication
Photographing Artwork Indoors and Outdoors
Preparing an Admissions Portfolio
Abbreviations for Art(s) Degrees
Degrees Available in Art and Related Fields of Study
American Art Schools, Colleges, and Universities
Schools of Arts and Crafts
Pre-College Summer Art Experiences for Students
Professional Summer Development for Teachers
Colleges and Universities That Offer Computer Graphics Degrees
Colleges and Universities That Offer Art Therapy Degrees
Schools That Offer Master's or Bachelor's Degrees in Photography, Photojournalism, or Film
Art Materials and Things to Do with Them
Quotations About Art
Things to Do with a Face
Things to Do Using the Human Figure
Three-Dimensional Things to Do
Things to Do with Paper
Paper Treatments
Tools for Working with Paper
Paper Definitions
Types of Paper
All About Pencils
Things to Do with a Pencil
Things to Do with Colored Pencils
Materials and Equipment for Ink Drawing
Things to Do with Ink
Pastel Materials and Equipment
Things to Do with Dry Pastels
Things to Do with Oil Pastels
Types of Crayons
Things to Do with Crayons
All About Markers
Things to Do with Markers
Equipment Needed for Collage
Materials for Collage
Things to Do with Collage
All About Erasers
All About Cutting Equipment
Adhesives and Related Materials
All About Tape
Fasteners and Uses for Them
All About Cardboard
Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking
Quotations About the Graphic Arts
Definitions Used in Painting
Master Painters and Examples of Their Work
Great Themes of Painting
Differences in Types of Paints
Materials and Equipment for Watercolor
Things to Do with Watercolor
Things to Do with Tempera
Things to Do with Acrylics
Things to Do with Oils
Things to Do with Fingerpaint
Suggested Subjects for Fingerpainting
Materials and Equipment for Fingerpainting
Decorative Painting Techniques
Suggestions for Compositional Devices in Painting
Traditional Uses for Painting
All About Color Use in Painting
Color Symbolism
Time Line: Discoveries in Pigment
All About Color Pigment
Palettes of Particular Artists and Cultures
Brush Definitions
Types of Brushes
Definitions Used in Printmaking
Things to Do in Printmaking with or Without a Press
Miscellaneous Printing Techniques
Materials and Equipment Used in Printmaking
Materials and Equipment Used for Graphic Design
Things to Do in Graphic Design
Quotations About Sculpture
Things to Do in Sculpture
Sculpture Definitions
Materials for Sculpture: Assemblage, Carving, Casting, Modeling
Hardwoods, Leaf-Bearing Trees
Softwoods, Cone-Bearing Trees
Tools and Equipment for Sculpture
Safety Reminders for Sculpture
Survey of Sculpture: Important Works of Art
Master Sculptors and Examples of Their Work
Famous Sculptors, Listed by Country
American Sculpture Parks
International Sculpture Parks
Earthworks, Past and Present
Quotations About Architecture
Things to Do in Architecture
Architectural Terms
Architectural Elements
Great Architects of the World
Architects Who Had Other Professions
Major Patrons of Architecture
Landscape Architects
Cities That Have Preserved Their Architectural Heritage: Worth a Visit
Selected Examples of Architecture, Catalogued by Style
Ancient Roman Architecture
Ancient Greek Architecture
Palaces and Castles
Walled Cities, Castles, and Fortresses
Stately Homes, Palaces, and Castles of the United Kingdom and Ireland
Chateaux of France
Great Churches, Cathedrals, and Centers of Worship
American Churches and Temples
Architectural Influences of Various Times and Cultures
American Architectural Characteristics
State Capitol Buildings and Their Architects
American Houses by General Style
American Lighthouses
American Covered Bridges
Fine Crafts and Folk Art
Quotations About Folk Art and Crafts
Things to Do in Ceramics
More Things to Do in Ceramics
Ceramics Definitions
Equipment for Ceramics
Decorating Methods for Ceramics
Standard Pyrometric Cone Temperatures
Small Junior Pyrometric Cone Temperatures
Universal Arts and Crafts
Things to Do: Arts and Crafts from Many Cultures
Things to Do: American Crafts
American Folk Art and Crafts Definitions
Amish Crafts--Traditional and Modern
Things to Do: The African Heritage
African Crafts--Traditional and Contemporary
African American Crafts
Things to Do: Native American Arts and Crafts
Definitions of Native American Crafts
Native American Pictographs
Native American Craft Specialties by Region
Things to Do: Mexican Arts and Crafts
Mexican Crafts
Centers of Mexican Folk Art Production
General Locations for Mexican Crafts
Things to Do: Asian Arts and Crafts
Chinese Crafts and Folk Art
Symbols Used in Chinese Art
Jewish Observances
Jewish Art and Folk Art
Jewish Symbols
Scandinavian Design and Crafts
Things to Make with Papier-Mache
Equipment and Materials Needed for Papier-Mache
Papier-Mache Surface Designs
Things to Do with Paper-Cutting
Equipment and Materials for Paper-Cutting
Paper-Cutting Techniques Around the World
More Things to Make with Paper-Cutting
National Heritage Fellows of America
Major Arts and Crafts Festivals
Master Craftspersons of the Twentieth Century
Technology and Art: Photography, Video, Computer Graphics, and the Copy Machine
Quotations About Photography
Photographic Vocabulary
Things to Do in Photography
Things to Do in Photo Appreciation
Ways to Take Photos
Subjects for Photography
Equipment and Materials for Black-and-White Photography
Photographic Time Line
The Evolution of Photography
History of the Camera
Outstanding Museum Photographic Collections
Master Photographers and Examples of Their Work
Examples of Outstanding Photos
Major Photographers
Well-Known Late Twentieth-Century Photographers
Specific Photographic Groups
Things to Do with the Video Camcorder
Using the Video Camcorder
Video Definitions
Video Storyboard
Things to Do: Art Projects Using the Copy Machine
Materials That May Be Used in a Copy Machine
Things to Do: Art Projects Using the Computer
Quotations Related to Museums
Museums Devoted to the Work of One Artist
Museums with Special Folk Art Collections
American Museums with Special Collections of Ancient and Classical Art
American Museums of Late Modern and Contemporary Art
Foreign Museums of Contemporary Art
Museums with Outstanding Photographic Collections
American Museums with Special Emphasis on Asian Art
Museums Related to the Judaic Culture
American Museums with Special Emphasis on African American Art
American Museums with Special Emphasis on Hispanic Art
Museums with Special Emphasis on Native American Art
Special Southwestern Petroglyph Sites
Museums That Specialize in American Western Art
Historic Homes Open as Museums
American Museum Towns
Museums in America
Major International Museums