domingo, 26 de abril de 2015


Here you can download Emma's Ppt about textures


FROM MINUTE 29 you can see the story of this very famous picture we have been working on.

(Previously the theft of mona lisa)

Write the True sentence if necessary

1-The Guernika is the modern art most powerful antiwar statement. T or F
2-Picasso had the idea clear in his mind from the very first moment when the republican government asked him to paint a mural for the 1937 worlds fair Spanish exhibition. T or F
3-The oficial theme of the world's´fair is the celebration of modern technology. T or F
4-The day Gernika was bombed was a Sunday and only a few people were on the streets. T or F.
5- The bombing occurred the 26 April 1937- T or F
6- Half of the population died in Guernika. T or F.
7- Guernika was not a strategic town for the Spanish war. T or  F
8-The horrible events in Gernika immediately inspired Picasso- T or F
9- He painted the mural directly, without any previous sketches. T or F
10- The canvas was so huge that he had to ask a professional to stretch the canvas. T or F
11- He made a lot of changes while the painting of the Guernika was in progress. T or F
12- In the picture  Picasso is expressing his horror of the military cast. T or F
13- At a point he thought about adding color and textures to the picture by adding patterns. T or F
14- The theme of the Guernika does not fit with the theme of the world's fair. So he added an  electric bulb as a symbol- T or F
15- The bulb is used as a symbol of modern technology and its destructive power. T or F
16- The spanish pavillion was one of the most important in the world's fair. T or F
17- Everybody was delighted with the mural Picasso had painted. T or F
18- Picasso didn't want the Guernika to go to Spain until the republic is restored. T or F
19- The Gernika starts touring through Europe and America, becoming one of the most famous paintings. T or F
20- Picasso wants the viewers to interpret the meaning of the painting. T or F
21- The Guernika came to Spain on October 25th 1981. And it was a testimony of national reconcilation. Now is in the Reina Sofia Museum. T or F.