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Recumbent Figure, 1938

Jasper Johns

Vincent Van gogh

Henry Moore

Woman and Bicycle, 1952-53

David Smith

William de Kooning

Nancy Spero

Blue, Orange, Red, 1961

Barbra Kruger

Mark Rothko

Judy Chicago

Mountains and Sea, 1952

Helen Frankenthaler

James Rosenquist

Vincent van Gogh

Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No.34, 1953-54

Robert Rauschenberg

Andy Warhol

Robert Motherwell

George Seurt

Monogram, 1955

Donald Judd

Frank Lloyd Wright

Target with Four Face, 1955

Rene Magritte

F-111, 1965

Marilyn Diptych, 1962

Untitled, 1971 "Keep in mind he did many boxes!"

Donald Chicago

Blue Green Yellow Orange Red, 1966

Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth James

Kerry Kelly

One and Three Chairs, 1965

Henry Kosuth

Joseph Moore

Joseph Kosuth

The Dinner Party, 1979

Anish Kapoor

Rebirth of Venus, 1984

Barbra Spero

Helen Spero

Juggler with Shadows, 1987

Susan Rothenberg

Two People Hugging

Kerry James Marshall

I Shop Therefore I Am

Robert Kruger

Barbara Motherwell

Barbara Kruger

Impression: Sunrise, 1872

Claude Monet

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Auguste Rodin

Henry Tanner

The Boating Party 1893

Mary Cassatt

Paul Gauguin

Mary Garcia

Gustave Courbet

A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, 1884

Georges Seurat

Paul Cezanne

The Sower, 1888

Edvard Munch

Vincent Fernandez

London Bridge , 1906

Henri Matisse

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Andre Derain

Blue Mountain, 1908

George Braques

Wassily Kandinsky

Pablo Picasso

Les Desmoiselles d’Avignon, 1907

Pablo Escobar

Sleeping Muse l, 1909

Alfred Stieglitz

Constantin Brancusi

Georges Braque

Evening Star No. Vl, 1917

Marcel Duchamp

Georgia O’Keefe

George Washington

Robie House, 1909

Frank lloyd Wright

The Lovers, 1928

The Persistence of Memory, 1931

Francisco Goya

Salvador Dali

The City, 1919, expanding on cubism

Fernand Leger

Airplane Flying, 1915, Suprematism

Kazemir Malevich

Thomas Jefferson

Le Corbusier

Jaques-Louis David

Tableau 3, with Orange-Red, Yellow, Black, Blue and Gray, 1921

Frida Kahlo

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Piet Mondrian

The Liberation of the Peon, 1931, Social Realism

Sargent Johnson

Diego Rivera

Machu Picchu

Nighthawks, 1942

Edward Hopper

Gen. Toussaint l’Ouverture Defeats the English at Saline, 1937

Jacob Lawrence

Salvador dali

Diego Velazquez

Sandro Botticelli

Edouard Manet

Pyramid of the Sun

Andy Warhal

Pyramid of the sun

Court of the lions

Terra cotta warriors

James rosenquist

Easter island

Ellsworth kelly

Fernand leger

Georgia Okeefe

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82 Questions to Ask about Art

Inside: Why classroom art discussion is a vital part of art education and 82 questions about art you can use in your classroom.

If you are stumped about how to lead a discussion about a work of art, use this list of art questions to give you some ideas!

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As art teachers, we know the importance of creativity and the joy of making something with your own hands, but we also know the power of looking at the artworks of others.

Looking at art is an emotional, independent experience. Each person looking at a work of art will view it through the lens of their life and draw different meanings based on what they see. Talking about art allows us to break free of our solitary interpretations and uncover new insights.

Classroom art discussions are a launching pad for creativity, collaboration, and cognition. By exposing our students to works of art, giving them the space to examine their reactions, and opening a dialogue to share their thoughts, we help them develop empathy, connect with history, flex their critical thinking and observation skills, and consider the human spirit.

If you haven’t done it before, starting a classroom art discussion can be intimidating, but the benefits are worth overcoming the nerves. Below you’ll find 82 questions you can use to start and extend conversations about works of art with your classes. If you’d like more guidance, check out my five tips for leading a meaningful classroom art discussion .

Grab this art questions list and an artwork from 10 Artworks Perfect for an Art Criticism Lesson for older students or 20 Great Artworks to Look at with Young Kids for younger children, and start talking about art with your students!

Pair these questions with art cards  for a variety of engaging art appreciation activities! Learn how to make a DIY art collection and start a weekly masterpiece presentation in your classroom in this post .

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82 questions you can use to start and extend conversations about works of art with your classroom. Free download includes a list plus individual question cards perfect for laminating!

Questions About Art

  • What’s going on in this artwork?
  • What was your first reaction to this artwork? Why do you think you had the reaction? 
  • Does your opinion about the artwork change the longer you look at it? Why?
  • Describe the lines in this artwork
  • Describe the colors in the artwork
  • Which area of the artwork is emphasized by the artist? Why?
  • Which area of the artwork is most important? Why?
  • How did this artist use space? ( Space in Art Examples )
  • How did the artist use balance?  ( Artworks that Use Balance )
  • How did the artist use proportion?  ( Examples of Proportion in Art )
  • How does your eye move through the artwork? What choices did the artist make to make that happen?
  • Close your eyes and describe the artwork from memory. Why did you remember what you remembered? Why did you forget what you forgot?
  • How would you describe this artwork to someone who has never seen it?
  • What elements of this painting seem real?
  • What adjectives would you use to describe this artwork?
  • What verbs would you use to describe this artwork?
  • What elements seem dreamlike or imaginary?
  • What is strange about this painting?
  • What is mysterious about this artwork?
  • What is normal about this artwork?
  • What is boring about this artwork?
  • Why is this artwork not boring to look at?
  • What is exciting about this artwork?
  • If this painting had sound effects, what would they sound like? ( More activities about art senses )
  • If this artwork was a brand, what would be its slogan?
  • What is missing from this artwork?
  • If this artwork were music, what would it sound like?
  • If this artwork could dance, what song would it dance to?
  • What do we know about the artist after viewing this artwork?
  • If you could ask the artist a question, what would you ask him/her?
  • Who do you think was this artwork created for? Why do you say that?
  • How do you think the artist feels about the final product?
  • How do you think this artwork was made?
  • Why do you think this artist created this work?
  • What do you think this artist is trying to say in this artwork? What is the meaning or message?
  • What’s the story being told, if any?
  • What do you think happened before this scene?
  • What do you think happened next?
  • What emotions do you notice in the artwork?
  • What emotions do you feel when looking at this?
  • How do you think the artist was feeling when he created this artwork?
  • How did the artist use line, shape, and color to contribute to the mood or meaning?
  • What is the title? How does the title contribute to your understanding of the meaning?
  • What title would you give this artwork?
  • What symbols do you notice in the artwork?
  • What juxtapositions do you notice?
  • Put your body into the pose of some element of this artwork.  How does it feel to be in that position?
  • What would it feel like to be in this artwork?
  • What does this artwork remind you of? Why?
  • How do you personally relate to/connect with this picture?
  • How can you connect this artwork to your own life?
  • How might you feel differently about the world after looking at this artwork?
  • Why do you think you should be learning about/looking at this artwork?
  • Do you want to see this artwork again? Why?
  • What do you want to remember about this artwork?
  • What do you want to forget about this artwork?
  • Who do you know that would really like this artwork? Why would they like it?
  • Who do you know that would really hate this artwork? Why would they hate it?
  • What do you like about this artwork?
  • What do you dislike about this artwork?
  • What is beautiful about this artwork?
  • Why would someone want to steal this artwork?
  • If you could change this artwork, how would you change it? Why?
  • What does this artwork say about the culture in which is was produced?
  • How do you think this artwork was used by the people who made it? What was its function?
  • Was this intended to be a work of art or not? Why do you think that? How does that impact your understanding of the artwork?
  • What does this painting say about the world in which we live?
  • What does this artwork teach us about the past?
  • How does this artwork teach us about the future?
  • What was happening in history when this artwork was made? How does that change your understanding of the artwork?
  • What are the values and beliefs of the culture in which this artwork was made?
  • How might your interpretation of this artwork be different from someone in another culture?
  • If you could ask this artwork a question, what would you ask it?
  • If this artwork had eyes, what would it see?
  • If this artwork were a person, what would they want to eat for lunch?
  • If this artwork were a person, what would they look like?
  • If this artwork were a person, what would their personality be?
  • If the art could talk, what would it say?
  • What would this artwork want to do when it grows up?
  • If this artwork could travel anywhere in the world, where would it go? Why?
  • If this painting were a person, what job/career would it want to have?
  • What is this artwork afraid of?

Questions about Art PDF Contents:

  • 82 Questions About Art (List)
  • 82 Questions About Art (Printable Index Cards)
  • Links to Artwork Suggestions

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It’s interesting to know that appreciating art can be an emotional and independent experience. I’m taking Engineering courses right now but visiting a museum once with my friend made me realize how wonderful art is, even if it doesn’t have any direct relation to my chosen degree. It might be a good idea to look into realistic sculptures and start studying art from there.

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