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Brief Description: Young learners explore the world of art. By looking at paintings by DaVinci, Monet, and Picasso, students begin to learn how art can represent a painter's world. First, children look and analyze direct representations with DaVinci, then move on to indirect representation with Monet, and, finally, exploring Picasso's distorted representations. Along with the lesson, students get to make their own portraits on paper plates using construction paper.

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