Another Modigliani Portrait

Modigliani-2I can’t tell you how much I adore this Modigliani-style portrait that a 4th grader made today. I find her Mona Lisa smile and hint of blush so sweet that I could look at it all day. Beautiful work, Francesca C. If you’d like directions on this project, see my posting here.
Note: My curriculum plan for this month is doing a series of self-portraits. First week is a portrait with standard proportions (eyes in the middle of the head, nose halfway down, etc). Second week is this Modigliani drawing with exaggerated proportions. Third is a lesson about Picasso and with his cubism portraits, which I have posted about here.

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    I did this on Friday with my sixth graders. It turned out so fabulous! You have inspired me to study an artist a week! Thank you!

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  7. Maria

    Wow, I love this!!! Will for sure be doing this with my kids – thanks!!!

  8. Tisha Smith

    This was a great lesson, and my students loved it….just posted it earlier this week w/ link:) thanks, Tisha

  9. Mommymita

    I love these projects!

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  10. The Zookeeper

    I love this lesson. I did this with 3rd grade and was amazed at the results!
    Kathy Schaefer

  11. Irene

    Really?!5Th Grade?! Amazing!!!

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