Make bingo cards with famous paintings. I could see making this a review game by calling out the artist name and students put the marker on the corresponding painting. Or do something with elements and principles as call words with paintings that correspond on the boards.
Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell taking a stroll, in Oxford. Alice was the inspiration for his book Alice in Wonderland. You can see Tom Tower in the background, named for its bell, Great Tom.. It is over Tom Gate the main entrance of Christ Church, Oxford, which leads into Tom Quad. The tower was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1681
This piece is a painting exploring protest and the right to speak. The artist has used oil paint and smooth brush strokes to produce smooth blends which are easy on the eye. I will try and produce the same sort of effect with soft pastels when I come to do my final piece. The composition consists of several protestors in the fore group, and famous protestors' names in the background, backed by an a rican flag. This is a patriotic symbol and gives the art a propaganda feel.