This art history packet introduces students to the artist Roy Lichtenstein. These worksheets introduce students to the artist through web links and videos, has them color artwork to familiarize students with work inspired by the artist, then has them complete activities based on the artist featured.
The lesson takes students through an understanding of the artist, pop art and then has students color artwork inspired by the artist, using four of the most common characteristics of his work: Benday Dots, Horizontal Lines, Primary Colors and black outlines. Students apply this knowledge afterwards to create their own art, first as an abstract piece then using their favorite comic strip frame.
About the artist information sheet with examples
12 Page PDF Slideshow about the artist with examples of work
6 Interactive Coloring Sheets Lichtenstein inspired art in black outline form
3 extension activities, an abstract version of his work, child creates own abstract art and then uses their favorite comic strip frame and re-creates it in his style.
More resources sheet with links to movies and PDF handout on artist with activities
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A note about artwork used in this resource: The work contained in this resource is created in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. All line artwork was created by Sabrina Wingren. Any student artwork included is used with express permission.
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