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Classical Acts & Facts® Artists and Composers Set 1
There are limited quantities of the Cycle 1 Artists and Composer Cards. Once they are gone, they are gone!
Have you discovered the world of artists and composers yet?
This 15-card set is first in a three-set artists and composers series that supplements the Classical Acts & Facts History Cards by adding fine arts to our timeline of world history.
Set 1 contains artists and composers studied in Cycle 1 of Foundations:
- Art and Music in Scripture
- Art and Music of Greece and Rome
- Art and Music of the Middle Ages
- Giotto di Bondone
- Art and Music of the Renaissance
- Lorenzo Ghiberti
- Jan van Eyck
- Fra Angelico
- Leonardo da Vinci
- Albrecht Dürer
- Michelangelo Buonarroti
- El Greco
- Johann Sebastian Bach
- George Frideric Handel
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
While you practice drawing different styles of art in Foundations, read these cards aloud to learn more about the artists and periods represented. Gain a chronological sense of art and music history. With younger students, practice putting these cards in order. With older students, use the cards to talk about how one style of art led to another. Perfect as a precursor to the Western Cultural History studied in Challenge II!