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    LIST OF CONTENTS

    © The Goodwill Art Service LtdSeries 3, Set 26

    Part 1

    PORTRAITS

    GOODWILL TEACHING GUIDE — Popular painting subjects

    PART 3 The 30 images Arcimbaldo, Summer Baldovinetti, Portrait of a lady in yellow Bellini, The Doge Leonardo Loredan British School, The Cholmondeley ladies Chinese, Emperor Kangxi in his library Christus, Portrait of a young lady Degas, Helen Rouart in her father’s study De Lempicka, Saint Moritz Dix, Hugo Erfuth with dog Debuffet, Dhotel slightly apricot coloured Dumas, The schoolboys Egyptian, Mummy case of Artemidorus Freud, Francis Bacon Gilman, Mrs Mounter Hilliard, Portrait of a gentleman Hilliard, Queen Elizabeth I Hogarth, The shrimp girl Holbein, The ambassadors Jawlensky, Useless light Jawlensky, Woman Kollwitz, Hans Kollwitz with a candle Modigliani, Girl with plaits Picasso, Les desmoiselles d’Avignon Picasso, Weeping woman Roman, Funeral portait of a young woman Spencer, Hilda, Unity and dolls Ter Borch, A lady spinning Tissot, Mrs Catherine Chapple-Gill and her children Van Gogh, Self-portrait with straw hat and pipe Warhol, Marilyn

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    PART I Artistic elements of the subject Looking, describing and comparing Making and investigating - 1 Making and investigating - 2

    PART 2 Goodwill’s guide to developing visual literacy Exploring the basic elements in a work Further advice for the teacher

    Modigliani, Girl with plaits

    PORTRAITS through a poet's eyes

    Draw him as like too, as you can, An old, poore, lying, flatt'ring man: His cheeks be-pimpled, red and blue; His nose and lips of mulbrie hiew. ... Next, make his cheeks with breath to swell, And for to speak, if possible: But do not so; for feare, lest he Sh'd by his breathing, poyson thee.

    From TO THE PAINTER, TO DRAW HIM A PICTURE By Robert Herrick (English, 1591-1674)

    These sets of pictures on popular themes with teaching guides are intended to be sufficiently general for teachers to select and adapt the ideas to match students’ ability and individual needs at any age.

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    © The Goodwill Art Service LtdSeries 3, Set 26

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