Using Masterpiece Cards
For the classroom. Art history teachers and professors discuss using Masterpiece Cards as an art history teaching tool in art history survey, art appreciation, AP art history, and intro to visual arts classes.
For traveling. The Cards are color-coded to indicate the US city or European country where you can see each painting. Off to Paris? Select the aubergine Cards to know must-see masterpieces in the Louvre and 5 other key art museums.
For young children. Start art appreciation early – it’s “key to developing life-long involvement in the arts”, according to the Wallace Foundation.
And thanks to NC elementary school teacher, Bill Land, MAEd, NBCT, here is list of Cards with imagery or themes that may be unsuitable for the youngest learners.
For curious minds. Always been interested in art history but never took a class? The Cards offer a concise introduction to paintings, like this Caravaggio masterpiece.
Ebooks about Influential Paintings
Curious which 250 art history masterpieces are in Masterpiece Cards? Our ebook is a sortable listing of
- the title and painter of each art painting
- the medium and year created
- the city and art museum or institution in which the art painting is located.
So if you’re going to New York City, for instance, you’d sort by “City” to have a list of masterpiece paintings to start visits at the Met, the Frick, The Hispanic Society, the Whitney, The Guggenheim, and MoMA.
Check out all the other ebooks at the blog, Famous Paintings Reviewed.
More Art History Resources
We slice and dice information about influential paintings in a variety of formats, including:
By Art Museums:
- Famous Paintings at the Met
- Influential paintings at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
- 10 Famous Paintings to be sure to see at the Whitney Museum
- Art Paintings at the National in London
- Famous Paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago
- 40 Famous Paintings in Washington, DC
- Don’t miss these Louvre paintings
- Paintings not to miss at the Albright-Knox Art Museum
- A survey of female artists that spans Sofonisba Anguissola (1532-1625) to Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) and examines the overwhelming challenges each faced. And overcame.
- A survey of Renaissance paintings. Want to see and learn what painting was about in these remarkable centuries? Start with this overview of 20 famous painters who defined Renaissance art.
- See more art history resources at our blog, Famous Paintings Reviewed.
Great Art History Books
Download this list of 50+ books for art history fans, from fiction to art forgery to biographies, primarily recommended by AP art history teachers and art historians. Biographies, art forgery, novels, histories of art museums…