Famous Artists

Art isn't all about Picasso (though he's in here, too): check out eight great biographies of world-class, world changing famous artists.

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Use this art worksheet to learn more about Monet and practice using one of his painting techniques!
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Georgia O'Keeffe

Get up-close and personal with Georgia O'Keeffe in this art history companion worksheet for middle schoolers.
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Kids who love to play in the mud can get inspired by Brancusi, a sculptor who shook up the art world with bold shapes and themes.
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Van Gogh

Learn more about Van Gogh's turbulent (some say tragic) life and how it helped him create some world-famous art.
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Francisco Goya

Learn more about the power of art in this worksheet on Spanish painter Francisco Goya.
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Leonardo da Vinci

Learn about the original art superstar, Leonardo da Vinci, and how he continues to inspire to this day.
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Pablo Picasso Biography

Learn about the life and work of Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, widely known for co-founding the Cubist movement.
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Frida Kahlo Biography

Art students can use this worksheet to learn a little more about the renowned artist Frida Kahlo.
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