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  • Looking At Art Search In Preparation Project the image of Catherine of Aragon as large as you can on the classroom wall. Students will need to be prepared with pencils and post-it notes for the activity. Questions for Investigation What do you notice? What can you guess about this person? On small post-it notes, write some words that you think describe her personality traits. Stick each post-it to the part of the image that made you choose that word. Share your thoughts with the class. This image is not exactly a portrait; it is a photograph of a wax figure of Catherine of Aragon. Does knowing this face change anything about the way you see this work of art? Share your thoughts with the class. Why might the artist, Hiroshi Sugimoto, have been interested in making portraits this way?

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  • analyzing an art work, deferring judgement.

  • Find Lessons In Looking at Art you will find a database of art investigations prepared for classroom use, as well as tips on leading investigation discussions. Each art investigation is accompanied by background information about the artwork to be discussed and questions to ask students.

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