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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Paintings, Pictures and Photographs

Our topic this term is Paintings, Pictures and Photographs. The children have been looking at some artwork from the "greats" such as Da Vinci, Monet and Van Gogh. This week the children were each given a painting and asked to explain why they thought the artist had painted their particular painting.

"I think van Gogh painted Starry night to show us how beautiful and magnificient our universe is."-Valentine.

"The artist painted this picture because it's saying how much love he has in God and Jesus showing you the passion and beauty."- Jason



''He always adds texture, his beard look so realistic."- Harkirat

"I like that every person is very detailed and not one area is blank."- Shanuja

"My absolute favourite one is 'Twilight in the Wilderness' because of the texture and the colour." - Maddie

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