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School of Athens
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Digital Greek Mythology teaching interactive notebook for Google Drive. Greek Mythology for middle school ELA, high school English. Greek mythology character analysis. Greek mythology graphic organizers.
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On My Wish List: The Esoteric Meaning in Raphael's Paintings: The Philosophy of Composition in the Disputa,the School of Athens, The Transfiguration
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The lime for the plaster must be aged in pits as it is highly volatile. Great article explaining the chemistry and process.
Giornata - a day's work. You can only paint while the plaster is wet.
Tools of the trade
Charcoal dusting the image to the wall through the pin holes.
The School of Athens: A Peep-Raphaelite Work by IIT Downtown Campus Library, via Flickr
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Detail of Pythagoras. From Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio) (1483-1520) School of Athens. Ca. 1510-1512.
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Pythagoras, detail from the cartoon for the ‘School of Athens’, 1510-11 (pencil & chalk on paper), Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520)
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Find Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and Ptolemy
Students may select a character to research and then dramatize the painting to bring it to life.
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The Fresco Project at WKU. There are only two Fresco in Kentucky and one is housed in VanMeter at WKU. The lost art is currently being revived right in Bowling Green, KY and students may take classes to learn how create Fresco.
Raphael peeking at us from his painting The School of Athens - 1509
Raphael was painting downstairs for Julius,while Michelangelo painted upstairs. This might be Heraclitus, but he was not in the original painting and resembles a grumpy and discouraged Michelangelo.
Close Up Art
Hypatia. Math, my darlings and the only female in the painting (according to researchers). Probably the first woman to be killed by Christians for being a witch.
Epicurus and Zeno. Notice Pico clinging to Epicurus.