Publicaciones de la categoría: Artea eta irakurketa

Madonna of the Book

Botticelli

Artist Sandro Botticelli
Year c. 1480  (Renaissance)
Type Tempera on panel
Dimensions 58 cm × 39.5 cm (23 in × 15.6 in)
Location Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan
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Melancolía

Instalación de Stilkey realizada con 2000 libros

Horaz beim Studium

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Johann Grüninger, ‘Horaz beim Studium’ (1498) [Gutenberg-Museum Mainz]

Horace in his Studium: German print of the fifteenth century, summarizing the final ode 4.15 (in praise of Augustus). Horace in to Quintus Horatius Flaccus (December 8, 65 BC – November 27, 8 BC), the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus.

Neska irakurtzen

escultura leer

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The Babel Tower made of books in Buenos Aires

The Argentine artist Marta Minujin has created a 25-meter-high spiraling Tower of Babel made from 30,000 books written in most of the world’s languages and dialects.  It represents the ideas of pluralism and diversity.

El arte de leer

Hasta el siglo XVIII la lectura era una actividad exclusiva de la élite.  Con la publicación de las novelas de folletín la lectura comienza a popularizarse y  en el siglo XIX empiezan a ser habituales los cuadros con personas leyendo. No es que no haya pinturas con lectores en los siglos anteriores, sino que simplemente no eran tan comunes porque la lectura no era una actividad habitual.

En el siglo XIX aparecen representaciones en las que los lectores están sentados, de pie o acostados, en interior o en exterior, con luz natural, en penumbras o a la luz de una vela, solos o acompañados, estudiando o disfrutando, niños o ancianos, hombres o mujeres, eso es, sobre todo mujeres.

Bedtime de Leslie Redhead (an award winning watercolor artist)

Reading a lectionary

CCOPortrait of Rembrandt‘s mother reading a lectionary, ca. 1630 (RijksmuseumAmsterdam).

A lectionary is a book or listing that contains a collection of scripture readings appointed for Christian or Judaic worship on a given day or occasion. There are sub-types such as a “gospel lectionary” or evangeliary, and an epistolary with the readings from the New Testament Epistles.

Phillis Wheatley

Portrait of Phillis Wheatley (1761-1792): African-born Colonial American former slave, child prodigy, translator and poet. Portrait attributed to Scipio Moorhead (S. M.) c.1770s

Phillis Wheatley (c. 1753 – December 5, 1784) was the first published African-American woman and second published African-American poet. 

She was born in West Africa, most likely in present-day Gambia or Senegal. When she was seven, she was sold into slavery and transported to North America. The Wheatley family of Boston purchased her and taught her to read and write. They encouraged her to write poetry when they saw her talent.

Her poems brought her fame both in England and the American colonies. She was emancipated after the death of her master John Wheatley. She married soon after but she fell into poverty and died of illness.

Find information about the painter (Scipio Moorhead) and write a short biography similar to this of Phillis Wheatly.

Who was the first African-American poet?

Have you ever read English poetry? Find a poem of Phillis and try to say what the main idea of the poem is.

Emakumea irakurtzen

Mary Cassat-en Emakumea irakurtzen . Nor zen Mary Cassat? Zer margotzen zuen? Zein mugimendu artistikoan kokatuko zenuen?

Sculpture reading

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