History of Art A Level Resources




B3 WAR IN ART & ARCHITECTURE

FACTSHEETS

The Golden Fort, Jaisalmer, India, 1156

Himeji Castle, 1333-46 (1)

Himeji Castle, 1333-46 (2)

Miskina and Sarwan, Akabarnama: Mines exploding during the siege of Chitor, c.1590-95

Canova, Theseus and the Minotaur, 1782

Canova, Memorial to Admiral Angelo Emo, 1794

Canova, Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker 1802-6

Francisco de Goya, (1746-1828),3rd May 1808’ 1814

Delacroix, Liberty Leading The People, 1830

Delacroix, Massacre At Chios, 1824

Renato Bertelli, Continuous Profile (Head Of Mussolini), 1933

Tange - Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, 1949-55

Iri and Toshi Maruki, Hiroshima Panel #2 - Fire, 1950 (1)

Iri and Toshi Maruki, Hiroshima Panel #2 - Fire, 1950 (2)

Daniel Libeskind and the Jewish Museum, 1999

Marlene Dumas, The Woman of Algiers, 2001

Daniel Libeskind, Imperial War Museum North, 2002

Steve McQueen, Queen and Country, 2007

kennardphillips, Photo Op, 2007

Jeremy Deller (1966-) It Is What It Is, 2009

student workbooks

Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937

extras

It is what it is – the Warhol effect

Golden Fort Glossary

Golden Fort Summary Test

Canova Overview

Specified Artist - Eugène Delacroix

global

FACTSHEETS

Timeline of Japanese Art - 10 Works Everyone Should Know

practice examination QUESTIONS

NATURE

Questions - Art & Nature

IDENTITY

Questions - Art & Identity

RENAISSANCE

Questions - Invention and Illusion: The Renaissance in Italy (1420-1520)

MODERNISM

Questions - Modernism: Brave New World

WAR

Questions - War in Art (1)

Questions - War in Art (2)


 

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