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World Cup 2018 Colouring sheets

World Cup 2018 Colouring sheets

The Russia Football World cup is here. Engage students with the FIFA Russia World Cup with these 5 colouring sheets. Students can decide which country they are supporting and colour their pictures to reflect this. Faces have been left blank so that they can draw the face of their favourite player, or even draw their own face! Supplied as a PDF file and also as a Word document so that pictures can be extracted and placed into your own documents.
StartEducation
The Winter Palace, Russia

The Winter Palace, Russia

These worksheets help students learn about the history of the Winter Palace in Russia through a wordfill exercise and develop the skill of field sketching
WillsonEducation
Who Makes Up Russia?

Who Makes Up Russia?

These worksheets look at the Russian language and the others which are spoken within the country as well as the religions and ethnic groups which make up the people
WillsonEducation
Russia's Culture

Russia's Culture

The culture of a group of people is their way of life. It includes their customs, hobbies, foods, fashions, beliefs and traditions; these are dependent of the country they live in, family background, sex and age. Many parts of the world are multicultural which means many different groups of people live alongside one another as a result of moving to new areas to live ad bringing their cultures with them. This is a chance for your students to get out of your seats and, sensibly, move around the classroom gathering evidence with their classmates to learn about Russia’s culture
WillsonEducation
Russian Cuisine

Russian Cuisine

Just as with its history Russian cuisine keeps you warm in the winter and helps you stay fresh in the summer. Food is made with simple, naturally grown ingredients but is surprisingly comforting. These worksheets give students the opportunity to try five different foods from Russia and to use their sences to describe them
WillsonEducation
Russian Matryoshka Dolls

Russian Matryoshka Dolls

Matryoshka dolls are wooden stacking dolls originally painted to look like a traditional Russian woman or ‘babushka’ wearing a sarafan. They are a popular souvenir and over time have become a symbol of Russia itself. These worksheets discuss the history of the dolls and the story believed to be behind it which the students up date to a modern day and design their own dolls
WillsonEducation
Russia

Russia

This 50 page booklet allows students to explore Russia through a variety of activities both students and teacher lead. Chapters include, amongst others: Where Are We Talking About? Why Visit Russia? Where In Russia? What Is Russia’s Climate Like? Who Makes Up Russia? What Have We Borrowed? What’s Russia’s Culture Like? What Are Matryoshka Dolls? Seeing The Sites What Is The Winter Palace? Who Is ‘The Motherland Calls?’ The Galapagos Of Russia? Why Visit The Metro? What Is The Route Of The Tsars? Have I Seen There Before? What Does Russia Produce? What is Russia’s Role In The UN? What happened To Princess Anastasia?
WillsonEducation
114 Russian Writing Worksheets For Writing Practice + 31 Different Ways To Use Them In Class

114 Russian Writing Worksheets For Writing Practice + 31 Different Ways To Use Them In Class

People have often asked me for more help with how they can use these language flashcard teaching resources in the classroom and so I have now added a teacher guide. These pages could also be used to write different stories, using the pictures as a stimulus. ***** Please note - these resources provide visual prompts and support to the students, not direct language instruction ************** Welcome to the 'Let’s Write in Russian!' pack. There are lots of ways of using this teaching pack. It could be used as writing assessment for students learning Russian. The students could write about a topic in Russian before starting a unit, and then write again about the topic, using the second worksheet at the end of the topic to see how much they have progressed. It could also be used as an introduction to guided writing. Students can write sentences as a class and share the sentences together and they can then write them on their own. Alternatively, students could work in pairs - one student dictates to the other what to write down about what they see in the picture.
peterfogarty
Country Studies Bundle (Top 10 Best-selling Units)

Country Studies Bundle (Top 10 Best-selling Units)

This bundle includes the top 10 best-selling country studies: Spain Japan Canada Brazil Australia China Egypt India Greece Russia The materials include a wide variety of fun activities and exercises about various aspects that these countries are famous for. Apart from informative exercises, there are lots of puzzles, such as crosswords, word searches, word chops and many other activities to make it a fun class. There are 150 pages in total and the answers are included.
willemmacau
ИСТИНА И МЕТОД

ИСТИНА И МЕТОД

"ИСТИНА И МЕТОД. Основные черты философской герменевтики" - произведение Гадамера (1960), находившееся в центре бурных дискуссий на протяжении нескольких десятилетий и повлиявшее на становление современного немецкого литературоведения, психоанализа и неомарксизма, а также на теоретизации в области практической философии.
Olynj
STRUKTURALISMUS

STRUKTURALISMUS

СТРУКТУРАЛИЗМ— комплекс направлений в целом ряде наук, объединяемых общими философско-эпистемологич. представлениями, методологич. установками и спецификой анализа, складывавшийся в период с начала XX в. и по 40-е годы включительно.
Olynj
Europe  Bundle

Europe Bundle

A collection of resources that introduce different European countries. Each resource contains beautiful photos and information to help your students to learn more about the countries featured. With these resources, you'll be able to travel around the world from the comfort of your classroom!
cassieborodenko
Life in Ukraine

Life in Ukraine

This 40 page resource introduces life in Ukraine, in the big cities and small, traditional villages. It also introduces some Ukrainian traditions and interesting facts about Ukraine. I took some of the photos in the resource while visiting Ukraine a few years ago. This should give you a real insight into life in Ukraine! This resource is useful for students who are interested in learning about life, culture and traditions in other countries. You could use the resource as a prompt for discussion, print the images for a display, or use it as a resource for the book corner. Please note, this resource is a PDF file.
cassieborodenko
Russia clip art

Russia clip art

Russia clip art set features Russian culture. You will get 6 graphics in high resolution. Boy and girl traditional Russian costumes, matryoshka nesting dolls, music instrument, and Russian style buildings. Great for From Russian With Love theme projects. Also great for Russian language and culture learning materials. You might also like this Russia theme clip art Link-Russian Nesting Dolls clip art Great resource for any school and classroom projects such as for creating bulletin board, printable, worksheet, classroom decor, craft materials, activities and games, and for more educational and fun projects. You will receive: - Each clipart saved separately in PNG format, 300 dpi with transparent background. - Each clipart saved separately in JPG format, 300 dpi with white background. Commercial license and non-profit/personal license included. Please read REVIDEVI TOU (terms of use) prior to purchase. Link-REVIDEVI Terms Of Use FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE 07702
revidevi
Around the World Bumper Bundle

Around the World Bumper Bundle

A collection of resources to spark your students’ interest in the world around them! Each resource in this bundle is a carefully made presentation, containing splendid images and interesting facts about different countries and cultures.
cassieborodenko
Russian Culture Clip Art Graphics

Russian Culture Clip Art Graphics

From Russian With Love clip art set features Russian culture. Boy and girl Russian traditional costumes, Matryoshka mother daughter nesting dolls, buildings, and a music instrument. Great for Russian theme projects! Digital graphic resource for teachers for making any school and classroom projects such as for creating bulletin board, printable, worksheet, classroom decor, craft materials, activities and games, and for more educational and fun projects. Also great for parents for making fun creations for kids. Included (files are zipped): - Each clipart saved separately in PNG format, 300 dpi with transparent background. - Each clipart saved separately in JPG format, 300 dpi with white background. Commercial license (small business) and non-profit/personal license included. Please give credit to REVIDEVI and link back to my TES store. Please read REVIDEVI terms of use prior to purchase/ download. You can read it on REVIDEVI profile page.
revidevi
RUSSIA RUSSIAN CULTURE DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES LANGUAGE GEOGRAPHY

RUSSIA RUSSIAN CULTURE DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES LANGUAGE GEOGRAPHY

Includes the following resources: 1.Interactive White Board Presentation – covering all the key facts about the country – such as history, geography, weather, landmarks, sports etc. 2.A4 posters of photos of different things around the country – such as monuments and landmarks. 3.Months of the year flashcards in English and Russian with pronunciation. 4.Common phrases flashcards – common phases in Russian with pronunciation aids 5.Russian alphabet A4 poster 6.Design your own Russian doll task 7.Russian food flashcards 8.Key word cards – large cards for display – words associated with Russia 9.Number flashcards 1-10 in English, Russian and with pronunciation 10.Airport departure board for display 11.Display lettering to make a departure board for different destinations 12.Writing borders to frame written work 13.Counting 5 minute lesson starters 14.Flags drawing, colouring and designing task 15.Bingo game 16.Word association activity 17.Animal flashcards of different animals specific to China 18.100 world flags in A4 size 19.Diary to complete – for activities, sight seeing, weather, food etc 20.Colouring pages of local foods, maps, activities, sites etc 21.A4 letters to spell out country name 22.Long banner with country name on to head a display 23.Draw local lunchbox food task 24.Blank luggage tag to complete 25.Blank speech and thought bubbles to complete in role plays 26.Flashcards for days of the week in English and Russian and pronunciation aids. 27.Extra large flag for display 28.Draw your favourite things from the country task 29.Flag colouring in pages 30.Country name garland for display 31.Writing booklet cover for pupils work 32.Holiday shop task – outdoor play activity 33.Holiday words treasure hunt and balancing activity 34.Map and city naming - cut and stick activity 35.Map of the world 36.Map of country 37.Country culture knowledge quiz 38.Flashcards of numbers 1-20 on flags 39.Open and closed signs to be used in role plays 40.Passport template for children to complete 41.Reaching and stretching activity for quiz answers 42.Tour guide badges for role plays 43.Reward chart templates for children to draw their favourite local pictures on 44.Matching cards game – can be used as a matching pairs or snap game 45.Display flashcards showing numbers 1-10 in English, Russian and pronunciation aids. 46.Word search 47.Sentence writing activity 48.Colourful borders to edge a display board 49.Photos of planes from different countries – great for role plays 50.Postcard template for pupils to complete 51.Story board template
hayleyhill
Stalin's Russia 1924 - 41 Revision Flash Cards / Dingbats

Stalin's Russia 1924 - 41 Revision Flash Cards / Dingbats

These revision cards cover the key factors that you will need to know for Stalin's Russia 1924 - 41. They make an excellent fun starter, mini plenary or plenary to any lesson. They can also be used by students as revision flash cards. I've provided them in word so you can easily adapt them for your own classes. There are three main ways that you can use them. Game 1 involves getting students to read out the key words until the other guesses the topic correctly. Game 2 involves additional challenge and stretch by getting students to describe the topic without using any of the key words on the card. The third game, which adds an additional layer of fun or challenge involves playing a round of Pictionary or Charades. I normally give my students 3 minutes of each round to help activate the learning and warm up the class. You could also have a freestyle round where students decide which game they want to play linked to their learning style. If you are trying to engage some under achieving boys, add some competition and get them to keep score in the back of their books. I would recommend printing them off on card and getting your students to cut them out. Then put the cards into an envelope for class use. If you are a student then keep them in your pocket and use them as a flash card to help you learn the key facts, If there is a term that you do not understand then as your teacher or do some extra research. From a revision perspective, you can print off the cards and get your students to learn the key words for a test or for their exams. These are a win, win resource. The kids will love them and they will help to improve your results. If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Музеи Испании

Музеи Испании

Музеи Испании. — Casa dels ossos (Дом костей). Искупительный Собор Святого Семейства, Саграда Фамилия. Музеи Мадрида. Королевский дворец в Мадриде. Центр искусств королевы Софии, иначе Музей королевы Софии.
Olynj
Russia (country study)

Russia (country study)

Let’s get to know Russia! This worksheet includes 16 pages with a great variety of activities and exercises about Russia. The materials have informative exercises about the things that Russia is famous for, such as Vladimir Putin, the Soviet Union, tsars, Lenin, Siberia, the Cold War and many other things! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. Overview: Page 1: Russia in pictures Page 2/3: Brief introduction Page 4: Tsars Page 5-6: The Soviet Union Page 7: The Cold War Page 8-9: Famous Russian People Page 10-11: Attractions Page 12-13: Oligarchs Page 14-15: Wildlife in Siberia Page 16: Reflection The answers and an answer key are included. The following questions are just a few examples of the things that are being handled in this worksheet. - What is the difference between Russia and the Soviet Union? - Was were Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin? - Who is Vladimir Putin? - What was the Cold War? - What are oligarchs? - What is the Kremlin? - Who were the Bolsheviks? - Who was Yuri Gagarin? You might also like these worksheets: Cuba United States Germany China Thailand (free!) Geography - Asia Geography - Europe You can save money by purchasing bundles! All units: 28 Country Studies Top 10 Best-selling Country Studies Keywords: Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, Yuri Gagarin, Vladimir Lenin, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR, Siberia, Joseph Stalin, Propaganda, Vodka, Moscow, Russian Revolution, Tsar Nicholas II, Oligarchs, Leon Trotsky, Kremlin, Trans-Siberian Railway, St. Petersburg, Siberian Tiger.
willemmacau
Eurovision - guess the song

Eurovision - guess the song

Created for the European Day of Languages. Pupils work in teams of 4. They watch clips of about a minute of songs from Eurovision Song Contest and try to work out which country the singer(s) are representing. Also included a handout of the possible countries and an answer sheet.
RoweVH
30 Photos Of Moscow

30 Photos Of Moscow

You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different locations being shown in each of the photos. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Moscow. The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different Moscow locations. The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.
peterfogarty
Suprematism described: Russian modern art-movement explained + images - free resource: modern art

Suprematism described: Russian modern art-movement explained + images - free resource: modern art

Suprematism and its artists, the Russian art-movement - described & explained in short art-quotes + images - free art-resource for pupils, students, teachers Russian Suprematism is her described and explained in core text-quotes. Suprematism started circa 1915/16 by founding Russian artist Malevich. It was a more subtle art variation of earlier Constructivism, but essentially different. There were many art-debates between the two. Suprematism’s most important goal was to express the ‘pure experiences / feelings of daily life in modern times’. For instance the experience of ‘flying’ in an airplane – as Malevich explained. You find here also in a docx the ‘Suprematism Manifesto’ by Malevich himself, written in 1926. Most selected art quotes on Suprematism are taken from Dutch art critic Jacob Bendien, in his art-book “Trends in the Present Day Art of Painting”. You can combine them with the artists quotes of Malevich himself, also her on TES for more artist quotes on Suprematism: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Suprematism for an extended description of Suprematism & good links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suprematism for images of Suprematist art https://www.wikiart.org/en/Search/Suprematism editor: Fons Heijnsbroek / translation: Anne Porcelijn.
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Chaim Soutine quotes, on his dynamic painting & artistic life in France - free resource: modern art

Chaim Soutine quotes, on his dynamic painting & artistic life in France - free resource: modern art

Chaim Soutine quotes, the painter on his painting art & artistic life in France - a free art-resource for pupils, students, teachers In his artist-quotes Soutine expresses a. o. his strong adoration for Rembrandt. And he tells about an inner cry from his youth, which he always tried to express in his painting art. Soutine has become famous by his many dynamic, wild, rough French landscapes, portraits and still life’s, painted with a visibly-raw gesture on the canvas. He traveled as young Russian artist already to Paris, and lived and worked with other young artists like Zadkine and his friend Modigliani. They all had their studio in the factory-building La Ruche in Paris. Soutine became specially well-known for his characteristic dynamic landscape paintings. He kept himself outside the strong influence of French Cubism and Fauvism. Selection of some quotes of Chaim Soutine - as a short illustration of his attached PDF: ’It is the first time in my life that I have not been able to do anything. I am in a bad state of mind and I am demoralized, and that influences me. I have only [made] seven canvases. I am sorry.’ - source of the quote: in his letter to his Paris art-dealer Léopold Zborowski, 1923; as quoted in ‘Soutine’, Monrou Wheeler, Museum of modern art, New York, 1950; p. 61 ’You have no right to interfere with my art. Your wife is not your property. I need her, in order to finish my picture, I must have her! I will sue you! [to the husband of his model].’ - source of the quote: in ‘Life with the painters of La Ruche’, Vorobëv Marevna, Macmillan, New York, 1972, p. 156 ’My paintings are a heap of shit, but better than Modigliani, Marc Chagall, and Krémènge [Russian companion painter]. Some day I will destroy my canvases, but they are too cowardly to do it.’ - source of the quote: ‘Soutine et son temps’, Emile Szittya, La Bibliothèque des Arts, Paris, 1955, pp. 107-108 (transl. Klaus Perls) . other useful links: biographical notes on Chaim Soutine, Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaim_Soutine artist-quotes of ànd about Soutine, Wikiquote: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Chaim_Soutine images of the painting art of Chaim Soutine, Wikiart: https://www.wikiart.org/en/Search/Soutine . editor: Fons Heijnsbroek (= FotoDutch on Wikiquote):<br>[see: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/User:FotoDutch]
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Malevich quotes, the Russian artist on his painting art & on Suprematism - free resource: modern art

Malevich quotes, the Russian artist on his painting art & on Suprematism - free resource: modern art

Kazimir Malevich in quotes, on his painting art and on the Russian art-movement Suprematism - free art-resource for pupils, students, teachers In his quotes Malevich emphasizes the necessity to find and create forms which express the general human feelings / sensations. He uses the example of the airplane, as an expression of the experience of speed and not meant at all to transport goods! Malevich started as beginning artist already painting in a late-Impressionism painting style. He developed this soon into a radical abstract Constructivism art. In 1915 already Malevich published his famous manifesto ‘From Cubism to Suprematism’. Italian Futurism inspired him, as well as French Cubism; both art-movements he used as an inspiration, and combined them in his own art option: Suprematism. Later in his life Malevich turned back to an almost classical representative painting style. Selection of some quotes of Malevich - as short illustration of his attached PDF: ’I possess only a single bare, frame-less icon [his Squares-painting] of our times (like a pocket), and it is difficult to struggle.’ - source of Malevich’s quote: his letter, May 1916; as quoted by Jane A, Sharp, in ‘The great Utopia - The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde, 1915-1932’; Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1992, p. 44 ’The square is not a subconscious form. It is the creation of intuitive reason. The face of the new art. The square is a living, regal infant. The first step of pure creation in art.’. - source of his quote: his text ‘From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting’, Kazimir Malevich, November 1916 ’I paint energy, not the soul.’ - source of Malevich’s quote: in: ‘Khudozhniki na dispute ob AKhRR’, in ‘Zhizn,’ iskusstva 6 - transl. Todd Bludeau . other useful links: biographical notes on Kazimir Malevich, Wikipedia: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Kazimir_Malevich artist-quotes of ànd about Malevich, Wikiquote: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Kazimir_Malevich images of the painting art of Malevich, Wikiart: https://www.wikiart.org/en/Search/Malevich . editor: Fons Heijnsbroek (= FotoDutch on Wikiquote):<br>[see: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/User:FotoDutch]
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Marianne von Werefkin quotes, on her colorful painting art & artist life - free resource: modern art

Marianne von Werefkin quotes, on her colorful painting art & artist life - free resource: modern art

Marianne von Werefkin quotes - the woman-artist, on her painting art & artist-life - free art-resource for pupils, students, teachers Marianne von Werefkin expresses in her quotes all her feeling; she adores and she despises life. The world of facts bores her, because she is longing for infinity and eternity. Art should express these great dimensions. Marian Werefkin left Russia with the painter Jawlensky. They got both involved in the German artist group Blaue Reiter / Blue Rider - part of German Expressionism. Werefkin was temporarily Jawlensky’s muse, but moreover: she had great theoretical influence in the ‘Blue Rider’ art-exchanges. Werefkin created a very expressive and colorful painting art in and around Munich. In 1914 she fled with Jawlensky to Switzerland because of the start of World War 1. After 1918 they parted - she left for Ascona, Italy and painted there till her death. Selection of some quotes of Marianne Werefkin - as short illustration of her attached PDF: ’I am a woman, I lack every [ability for] creation. I can understand everything and cannot create… .I don’t have the words to express my ideal. ’ - source of the quote by werefkin, c. 1902: in ‘Lettres à un Inconnu’, 1901-1905; as cited in Bernd Fäthke, Marianne Werefkin, in Britta Jürgs, ed. ;Grambin: Aviva, 1998 ’A colossal orange moon rolls as an unbelievable ball against intense blue. The silhouettes of the houses flank this blue on both sides, forming a childishly rigid little frame… - source of Marianne’s quote of 1905: ‘Lettres a un Inconnu’, (Notebook III, p. 120) in ‘Aux sources de l’expressionnisme’, ed. Gabrielle Dufour-Kowalska. Klincksieck, 1999. p. 156 ’Any art is a concentrated feeling of love elevated to a world view and translated into an artistic language of symbols.’ - source of her quote: in Marianne Werefkin’s lecture she gave during a regular Art Society meeting, 22 March 1914 . other useful links: biographical notes on Marianne von Werefkin, Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_von_Werefkin artist-quotes of ànd about Werefkin, Wikiquote: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Marianne_von_Werefkin images of the painting art of Werefkin, Wikiart: https://www.wikiart.org/en/marianne-von-werefkin . editor: Fons Heijnsbroek (= FotoDutch on Wikiquote):<br>[see: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/User:FotoDutch]
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Jawlensky quotes, on his color-use, his soul & the later Heads-paintings - free resource: modern art

Jawlensky quotes, on his color-use, his soul & the later Heads-paintings - free resource: modern art

Jawlensky quotes: on his color-use, religion, his soul & art, and the Heads-paintings - free art-resource for pupils, students, teachers Alexej von Jawlensky writes about color and forms and about expressing his soul as main goal for his art. He describes strong religious relations with his later art, in the so-called Head-paintings (see the right). He mentions also his painful disease. One late quote of 1939: My Russian soul has always been close to the art of old Russia, the Russian icons, Byzantine art, the mosaics in Ravenna, Venice, Rome, and to Romanesque art. All these artworks produced a religious vibration in my soul, as I sensed in them a deep spiritual language. This art was my tradition… Jawlensky was a Russian-born artist and left together with Marian Werefkin Russia. They settled in Munich were the two artists got some years later involved with Blaue Reiter, and the other artists like Kandinsky, Gabriele Munter and Franz Marc. Jawlensky painted in those period very colorful and expressive portraits and also many colored landscape paintings around Murnau, together with Marian Werefkin and other Blue Rider artists. Jawlensky expelled from Germany in 1914 because of the outbreak of World War 1. with Marian Werefkin (both had Russian nationality!) and they moved to neutral Switzerland, where he spent the rest of his life. Because of a serious muscle disease which intensified by the years, Jawlensky could not manage normal seize paintings any longer and he decided to paint series of small works on paper: his famous series ‘Variations’ and ‘Abstract Heads’: as visual art statements with a spiritual meaning. Wikipedia: Jawlensky produced perhaps his best-known series, the Mystical Heads (1917–19), and the Saviour’s Faces (1918–20), which are reminiscent of the traditional Russian Orthodox icons of his childhood. In his sourced quotes Jawlensky highlight these works as the main goal of his life. . other useful links: extended biographical notes on Jawlensky: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexej_von_Jawlensky artist-quotes of and about Jawlensky: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Alexej_von_Jawlensky selection images of Jawlensky’s painting art: https://www.wikiart.org/en/alexej-von-jawlensky editor: Fons Heijnsbroek = FotoDutch on Wikiquote: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/User:FotoDutch
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Russian Constructivism, short described in quotes - the art-movement explained for students & pupils

Russian Constructivism, short described in quotes - the art-movement explained for students & pupils

Constructivism and its artists of the mainly Russian art movement are in short described and explained for art students, pupils and maybe even for art teachers, including images which illustrate Constructivism. The short quotes are taken from the famous Dutch art-critic Jacob Bendien. Jacob Bendien described in essentials the meaning, history facts and the typical art characteristics of Russian Constructivism, in relation to Suprematism and other art movements. Constructivism was the modern art movement which developed during the revolutionary years of the early communist Soviet Union. Constructivist artists were strongly inspired by technology and architecture (also criticized as only their inferior imitation, by the Russian artist Malevich, the founder of Suprematism). Bendien's art quotes also clarify the relations and differences between Constructivism, Futurism and Suprematism. - edition, Fons Heijnsbroek - translation, Anne Porcelijn.
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