Your Spanish class is planning to put on an exhibition
of paintings by artists from the Spanish-speaking
world. Each student is responsible for a section
of the exhibition. You have to find two works from
Hispanic museums that illustrate a theme of your
choice. Before you begin your exploration of the
museums, answer the questions on your worksheet.
They should help you come up with a theme and focus
you choose a theme for your section of the show,
you might like to focus on an artist you like
or a subject (animals, flowers, people, etc.)
that interests you. Or you may simply prefer to
choose two paintings that have the same colors--it's
up to you. Jot down a couple of ideas for your
theme on your worksheet and then head off to the
museums. You may discover that your ideas change
as you look at the paintings.
Click on the links below and visit one or more
of the museums to see if you can find two paintings
for your show that illustrate your theme. Answer
the questions on your worksheet about the paintings
you have chosen. If possible, download them and
print them out. ¡Que te diviertas!
del Prado (España): Las 50 obras más
famosas del Museo
Rivera Museo Virtual
Museo Virtual de Artes El País
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Answer the questions on your worksheet.