These teacher materials prompt students to examine works of art in the museum in the context of their scientific properties, creation, and perception.
These teacher materials utilize the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art to explore math concepts for all grade levels. These paintings and objects can be evaluated for their inclusion and us
This unit serves as an introduction to the behavior of light as it travels.
In this lesson, students will learn about the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio. They will see the appearance of these numbers in art, architecture, and nature.
In these teacher materials, students will learn to develop spatial awareness, explore sound waves, developing an understanding of the relationship of physical space and acoustics.
Giovanni Paolo Panini (Italian, 1691-1765)
oil on canvas, Framed: 147.5 x 120 x 5 cm (58 1/16 x 47 3/16 x 1 15/16 in.); Unframed: 127 x 97.8 cm (50 x 38 1/2 in.). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1974.39
Created as a temple under the Roman emperor Hadrian around the year AD 125, the Pantheon became a Christian church in 609. Significant restoration took place in the early 1700s, a period of renewed attention to early Christian monuments. The site was a major monument of antiquity, an active church, and its portico, visible through the door, held the most important art fair in the city. Panini shows the complexity of this public space by representing foreign tourists, local churchgoers, Roman nobles, and artists mingling under the dome.
CMA, 1975: "Year in Review, 1974," Bull., LXII (March, 1975), p. 98, cat. #50, repr. p. 76.
CMA, 1987: November 3, 1987-January 17, 1988, "Collecting Drawings in England," Gallery A, no catalogue (see exhibition folder).
MOCA Cleveland (6/9/2006 - 8/20/2006): "The Persistence of Geometry: Form, Content and Culture in the Collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art", no. 29, p. 117, color repr. p. 24.
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