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Reverse Pastel Painting - Lesson Plan

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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2010

In traditional painting, a painter works from the background and builds up to the foreground. In a 'reverse painting' a transparent substrate, such as glass, is used and is the finished painting is viewed from the reverse side. This art form requires the foreground to be created first, and, working backward, ends with the background. In this lesson plan, this ancient art is recreated for the classroom using safe, lightweight, non-toxic and inexpensive materials. A printable PDF version of this lesson plan, along with a materials list, can be viewed at http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans....

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