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Today is the 15 th of December Man can't live by bread alone. (a proverb) Painting is poetry that you can see … (Horace) Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.(Winston Churchil) riddle- загадка, секрет mystery - загадка, тайна еnigma – загадка, головоломка wrap - заворачивать
“Russian painters and their pictures”
Today at the lesson we will: Revise the material about Art; Activate our new words; Achieve the grammar. Speak about colour idioms
Words we need: deny — отрицать glorious — великолепный, изумительный, славный image — образ, представление masterpiece — шедевр recognize — узнавать recognition — 1) признание; 2) узнавание sincere — искренний trend — направление vague — неясный, нечёткий, туманный scores of — множество to an (some) extent — до известной степени
Let`s check your HOMETASK E x.9 p.80 Trend - c) a gradual change or development that produces a particular result Sincere - g) talking and acting in a way that shows you really mean what you say and do Recognition - h) praise, respect or admiration Masterpiece - a) an excellent piece of work, especially art which is the best type or one of the best that a particular person has done Glorious - f) very beautiful or extremely successful and likely to be remembered Image - b) a picture or idea of something in your mind scores (of) - d) a lot (of) to some extent - i) partly, not completely Vague - e) not clear or not easy to see
Ex. 10 p. 80-81 •Karl Briullov •Isaak Levitan • Victor Vasnetsov •Ivan Shishkin •Alexei Savrasov •Michail Vrubel •Ivan Aivazovsky •Orest Kiprensky •Karl Briullov
Answer the questions: Which of the two genres [ʒɑːŋr] — portrait or landscape painting — attracts you more? Do you know any well-known portraitists/landscapists? Do you ever go to picture galleries and art museums? Which galleries/museums? What important picture galleries and art museums do you know in Russia and abroad? Who can tell us about any picture galleries in Russia? The Hermitage [ˈhɜːmɪtɪʤ], The Tretyakov gallery [ˈtretɪkəʊv ˈgælərɪ] Where can we see sculptures? Where are they usually placed and why? Do you think photography can be called a visual art? Why? Why not? Have you ever tried your hand at any of these three arts — painting, sculpture and photography? How successful were you?
Auding: Guernica[ɡɜːn ɪk ə]- Герника ( город в Испании)
Auding: Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) is probably one of history’s most famous names. He was a Spanish painter and sculptor and perhaps the most recognized figure in twentieth-century art. He is best known for starting the Cubist style. Among his most famous works is the painting of the German bombing of the Spanish city of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. Picasso was born into a middle-class family. He took after his father, who was also a painter and a professor of art. From the age of seven, Picasso had formal art lessons from his father. Picasso threw everything into art and his school grades went down. Aged 16, the family sent Picasso to study at Madrid’s Royal Academy of Art. Picasso moved to Paris in 1900. It was difficult for him to make a living. In 1911, he was questioned by the police for stealing the Mona Lisa. In the summer of 1918, Picasso married ballerina Olga Khokhlova. She introduced him to the rich people of Paris in the 1920s. He became a celebrity and a very respected artist. Picasso also acted in movies and always played himself in his film appearances. He became famous for his anti-war views. His painting Guernica showed the horror of war. He publicly opposed America’s involvement in the Korean War. After his death, the French state kept many of his paintings. Today, much of his work hangs in a collection at the Musée Picasso in Paris. 243 words
Let`s have a rest…
1) out of the blue — неожиданно They were discussing their plans for the summer when the door of the restaurant opened and a man with a gun rushed out of the blue. Они обсуждали планы на лето, как вдруг дверь ресторана распахнулась и неожиданно появился человек с пистолетом. 2) once in a blue moon — очень редко Do you like watching detectives? — No, not really. Our family watches detectives once in a blue moon. We enjoy comedies. Вам нравится смотреть детективы? — Нет. Наша семья очень редко их смотрит. Нам нравятся комедии. I eat sweets once in a blue moon. I prefer spicy food. Я крайне редко ем сладости. Я предпочитаю острые блюда. 3) the black sheep of the family — паршивая овца / негодяй We never talk about my cousin Dave. He is the black sheep of the family. - Мы никогда не говорим о моем двоюродном брате Дейве. Он паршивая овца в семье. 4) green with envy — позеленевший от зависти She was green with envy when she saw my new car. Она позеленела от зависти, когда увидела мою новую машину. 5) green fingers — иметь талант к садоводству/цветоводству (дословно: иметь зеленые пальцы, то есть, все, что человек посадит у него принимается и он умело ухаживает за растениями) Carmen's mother has green fingers. I like their beautiful garden full of roses. У мамы Кармен талант к цветоводству. Мне нравится их прекрасный сад, утопающий в розах. 6) to be yellow — быть трусом He never fights with me. He is always yellow. Он никогда со мной не дерется. Он всегда трусит. 10) the pink of perfection — верх совершенства Your English will be the pink of perfection if you learn all these idioms!
Complete the following sentences with: White, black, blue, green. Paul has always been the…sheep in the family. My wife just loves gardening; she has…fingers. The teacher gave the student a…look and went on. When they heard the news, It was completely out of the… When Jane saw Kate’s new dress, she was …with envy. He was sitting at home alone and… dog overwhelmed him. They gave such a present that it was really a …elephant. Mother looked at her son with…looks and the boy understood that he was misbehaving. I like … winter. Four idioms are not mentioned in your books, try to guess…
HOMETASK. Ex.7 p.79, Ex.8 p.80, Ex.5 p.83-84. To make a report about any Russian painter
GOOD JOB! Thank you for a lesson!!!! I did all my best! Excellent! I tried as much as I could. Rather good! I should learn English better! Not very well…