Quarantined Art History Lessons | Pop Art

I love history and I love art. And I love my 11 year old who is at home, following me around the house every minute of the day.

This week, I’ve put together some art history lessons that you can do as an adult and/or print off and work through with your child who might be following you around the house too.

I’ve created them to be super simple and include a couple facts. If you or your child do the activities, please send them over to me and I’ll post them on here! I would love to see what you create! Don’t feel like you have to follow the prompts exactly. If you want to take them a step further or create your own, please do!

If nothing else, you’ll be able to see a little bit of art and be able to recognize some of the famous pieces so that next time you’re out with your friends and see something that resembles a piece, you know where it came from!

Lesson 1 is pop art. I will probably do another pop art lesson because pop art is one of my favorites.

I opened up with Roy Lichtenstein. Download a PDF of the lesson and prompts here: ArtHistory_PopArt


We had a few participants today, so here they are! I can’t wait to see more of your artwork!