European Art

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Learning to Look

Created by the Hood Museum of Art, Learning to Look is an approach designed to help viewers look carefully and think critically about any work of art.

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This annotated list of web resources will allow you and your students to learn more about European art. It includes sites that provide teacher lesson plans on European art.

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Other Resources

Thematic Tours

Teachers and students are also invited to explore a collection of objects by region or theme.

Discussion questions and activities encourage careful looking and critical thinking about each object. Information is provided to support and extend conversation. 

We hope you will explore multiple themes within a region or one theme across regions.

Arctic/SubArctic | Plains | Northeast Woodlands | Southwest

Themes Across Regions:

Food | Clothing and Regalia | Tools and Technology

Gender Roles and Family | Economics | Histories and Identities

 

 

More on How to Use This Resource | Acknowledgements and Credits

On View

European Art

There is no substitute for seeing the real thing! While the museum is closed for expansion, we are still offering free tours of public art on campus, including Orozco's Epic of American Civilization.