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Art History for Kids: Hundertwasser

August 23, 2012 by  
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Hundertwasser was one of the most important artists & architects during the 20 century He was born in Austria in 1928. He believed that people were not happy when they have lost their connection with nature.

In this class series we are going to be as creative as Hundertwasser was. We will learn about his incredible fascination for life, color and nature. He will lead us to dream and enjoy a fantastic world, where we can live as queens and kings.

 

To make a beautiful Hundertwasser project, we will be using our “window right”. Click in the image below

To make our dream house using very simple materials , click in the image below .

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27 Responses to “Art History for Kids: Hundertwasser”
  1. OLIBEAR says:

    HELPED ME A LOT, THANKS!

  2. Wakkiehous says:

    I’m so glad to find this page. I was search something like it which show basic and main information about him. And here are more info such a nice work with children. I think this page’s main roll is showing art info or work for kids, but l get so clear source of him from here. I have understood that bones of some story are always equal among anyone, kids, young, students, adult, elderly…
    Gracie!!

  3. Kymm S says:

    Hi! I was wondering if you would be willing to share this beautiful powerpoint?

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