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A In your copy, go investigate. 1. What is the first thing you notice when you look at ‘Poppy Field’? 2. How many people can you see in the painting?


3. What is the effect of the large tree on the left? What would the painting be like if it were not there?


4. What kind of day is it? Why is the lady carrying an umbrella? 5. What type of art did the art critics in Paris like?


B In your copy, give your opinion. 1. Why are there flowers on the left of ‘Poppy Field’ but none on the right? 2. Do you think ‘Poppy Field’ is a good title? Why?/Why not? 3. What conversation do you think the lady and the girl in the painting are having? 4. Where do you think the people in the painting are going? 5. How does ‘Impression, Sunrise’ give you the impression that the sun is rising?


C Vocabulary


In pairs, use this vocabulary to describe Monet’s painting ‘Woman with a Parasol’:


foreground bottom-left top-right feeling shade nature


background bottom-right colour layers


brushstroke inspiration


centre top-left mood light


technique soft


D Cloze procedure: ‘Monet the Master’. Fill in the blanks. Monet was born in


While at art school he used


. When he was young he liked to draw paints and loved to paint the


of people. . Monet and


his friends liked to experiment with art. His first big exhibition was nicknamed the Exhibition of the


his most famous paintings such as ‘ ‘


’. Monet in 1926. 39


by its critics. Monet’s use of light was unique. It can be seen in some of ’ and


Unit 7 | Artwork


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