Creating Art for All Ages: Industry and Imagination in Ancient and Modern Civilizations
This is the third book in the series Creating Art for All Ages. The series takes students on an interdisciplinary cross content journey. Each book provides experiences in language arts, social studies, math and art as the students investigate ancient and modern civilizations. Industry and Imagination in Ancient and Modern Civilizations is the third book of the series and examines the generations of the Industrial Revolution, society during WWI and WWII, Modern and Contemporary times. During the era of the Industrial Revolution, the role of the artist transformed as the patronage changed and advancements in photography were able to portray likenesses. The artist sought new avenues by using art as an expressive tool. As time progressed, artistic expression navigated the art into innovative, imaginative and unique styles. Art became whatever the artist intended it to be.
Rowman & Littlefield
Flicker, Frances; Van Schooneveld, Jacqueline G.; and Richins, Jeanne, "Creating Art for All Ages: Industry and Imagination in Ancient and Modern Civilizations" (2020). College of Education & Social Work Faculty Books. 30.