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Appreciate Les Rois de Thulé

As an art lover, put your appreciation skills to the test!

  • Have your pencil and

    sketchbook

    The trace book is a powerful paper tool to support the student's creative process. It is used to record answers, reflections, technical exercises and sketches. It is similar to an artist's notebook. It is an efficient way to collect the students' learning traces. Throughout the project, you will find the strategic moments when the trace book in paper format can be used in class. The use of the logbook is suggested and not mandatory.

    ready.
  • Take time to observe the piece
  • Write down ALL of your answers to each question in your sketchbook. Explain each answer with a short sentence. When an answer is incorrect, write down the correct answer in your sketchbook.
Jean Paul Riopelle, Les Rois de Thulé, mixed media on paper, 64 x 49 cm (1973) © Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle / SOCAN (2022)

Jean Paul Riopelle, Les Rois de Thulé, mixed media on paper, 64 x 49 cm (1973) © Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle / SOCAN (2022)