3 On April 26, 1937, Guernica, the small market village in the Basque region of Spain, was left in ruins by German bombers in Franco's army. Franco, a fascist leader, promised the people of Spain strength and prosperity, and instead brought only devastation and death.
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Compilation of Good Practice on Fostering Creativity and Innovation in the fields of Learning and cultural awareness http://create2009.europa.eu 1/4 The project Summary The KIDS' GUERNICA International Children's Peace Mural Project was inspired by the famous Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso who ...
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2 PABLO PICASSO Pablo Picasso Guernica , 1937 Oil on canvas Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain Encounter a world of paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and ceramics.
Studying A rt g u e r n i c a 1 9 3 7 © C . L . B H I E C Response Work Sheet No. 1 Response to an Artwork Guernica Pablo Picasso Picasso's most famous painting is Guernica (pronounced ger-nee-ca) .
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Pablo Picasso's Pablo Picasso's Pablo Picasso's Guernica and the Iraq War Guernica and the Iraq War Guernica and the Iraq War Guernica and the Iraq War An Account & Poem by Gregg Mosson At an antiwar march on March 20, 2004 in New York City, peace activists carry paper figures based on Pablo ...
And Picasso Painted Guernica by Alain Serres Alain Serres' And Picasso Painted Guernica is a deceptively beautiful book. Its beauty is immediately apparent from the stylish presentation of the book, the intensity of the front cover's bull and screaming mother through to the arresting gaze of the ...
The lesson initially involves student open ended responses to Picasso's painting "Guernica." After responding in writing and through whole group discussion, the class reads and responds to Wilfred Owen's poem "Dulce et Decorum Est."