GOODWILL ART GUIDE — Painting Everyday Life
Travel as a subject has inspired painters. The excitements of journeys offer them visual possibilities, and departures and arrivals are often full of emotion.
Travel as a way of life has appealed to many artists, because before the age of photography they had the role of bringing back to their compatriots the reality of far away places.
Painters have always sought to travel in search of climates with different light and colours. The Mediterranean has had strong appeal for northern artists. The vividness of works done there often contrasts with those of a stay-at-home such as Thomas Gainsborough.
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LIST OF CONTENTS
Artistic elements of the subject
Looking, describing and comparing
Making and investigating - 1
Making and investigating - 2
Goodwill’s guide to developing visual literacy
Exploring the basic elements in a work
Further advice for the teacher
PART 3 — LOOKING AT THE IMAGES
Brown, The last of England
Bsor, Meeting de Nice
Chagall, To Russia, to donkeys and others
Claude, Seaport with the Embarkation of St. Ursula
Costomati, Waddon aerodrome
Dadd, The flight out of Egypt
De Chirico, The melancholy of departure
De Lempicka, Self-portrait
Durer, Knight, Death and Devil
French, Miniature from the 'bible historiale'
Gericault, Raft of the Medusa
Kuniyoshi, Nichiren calming the storm
Leger, Leisure — homage to David
Lichtenstein, In the Car
Lightfoot, New Works
Lipscombe, My Picture Book of Motors
Monet, La gare Saint Lazare
Ocean, Lord Volvo and his Estate
Palmer, Rest on the Flight into Egypt
Power, The sunshine roof
Power, The tube train
Ravilious, Train landscape
Rousseau, The cart of Père Juniet
Solomon, First class — the meeting
Tissot, Gallery of H.M.S. Calcutta
Unknown, Emigrants arrive in the U.S.
Van Gogh, The caravans
Vincent, Motocycles Cottereau et Cie
Wise, 'Earl of Dudley'