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Program 2, Segment 4
Why Art?

SEGMENT 1: Origins: When Artists Began and Early Influences on Their Work
SEGMENT 2: Sources of Ideas and Ways To Develop the Painting
SEGMENT 3: Touchstones: Paintings To Which the Artists Relate


Segment Length: 13 minutes
In-cue: Start with the “Furthermore” title which introduces the segment (approx. 48:54 into the program).
Out-cue: “... in dealing with the figure.”

Description
This is a final affirmation from the artists about the value of art and self-expression.

Keywords
color, form, light, movement, space

Kentucky Core Content
AH-H-4.1.34

Artists Seen in Segment
The lives and works of these artists whose work is seen in this segment may be springboards for research, discussion, oral presentations, or writings: Manet, Matisse, Titian, deKooning, Jasper Johns, Elmer Bischoff


SEGMENT 1: Origins: When Artists Began and Early Influences on Their Work
SEGMENT 2: Sources of Ideas and Ways To Develop the Painting
SEGMENT 3: Touchstones: Paintings To Which the Artists Relate


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