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More work inspired by Klee


Ancient Rome

When my class did the topic of the Romans Miss Procter and I used one of Paul Klee's pictures as an inspiration for these pictures of Roman artifacts. The artifact was drawn in pencil on the large sheet of paper first. Then the paper was divided up into different sized rectangles. Rectangles inside the artifact were painted in a yellow/orange/red pallette. Rectangles outside the shape were painted in a blue/green palette. To finish the picture off, and make it look more like Klee's, a piece of wood was used to stamp small rectangles all over the paintings.

(Work by children at Edleston Primary School in Crewe)




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