Art Cards & Posters

Grades K-2

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Kindergarten Art Pieces
1st Grade Art Pieces
2nd Grade Art Pieces

Enrich your child’s primary educational experience with beautiful pieces of art from the most influential artistic movements in history, including the Renaissance, Romanticism, Impressionism, and more! These supplements are coordinated with our primary Classical Core Curriculum. They are available as 5″ x 7″ Art Cards (K-2) or 11″ x 17″ Art Posters (K-2). Please note that the Art Posters are packaged in such a way that there are creases down the center of each poster.

Our K-2 Enrichment Guides contain short biographies of each artist and information about each piece.

*The Kindergarten and First Grade Art Cards are also used in Level 1 of our Special-Needs curriculum, Simply Classical. The Second Grade Art Cards are also used in Level 2 of Simply Classical.*

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*The Kindergarten and First Grade Art Cards are also used in Level 1 of our Special-Needs curriculum, Simply Classical. The Second Grade Art Cards are also used in Level 2 of Simply Classical.*

Works Included in the Art Cards & Posters:

  • Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh
  • A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat
  • The Bull by Paulus Potter
  • Birch Forest by Gustav Klimt
  • Still Life with Apples by Vincent van Gogh
  • Jungle with Lion by Henri Rousseau
  • Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln Memorial) by Daniel Chester French
  • Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
  • A Harbor in Moonlight by Claude-Joseph Vernet
  • The Old Stagecoach by Jonathan Eastman Johnson
  • All Saints by Fra Angelico
  • The Adoration of the Magi by Johann Friedrich Overbeck
  • Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet
  • Driftwood by Winslow Homer
  • Pièta by Michelangelo
  • The Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks
  • Wanderer Above the Sea Fog by Caspar David Friedrich
  • The Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau
  • The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet
  • At the Moulin Rouge by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
  • The Harvest Wagon by Thomas Gainsborough
  • The Annunciation by Sandro Botticelli
  • Sistine Madonna by Raphael
  • A Girl with a Watering Can by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  • Umbrellas in the Rain by Maurice Prendergast
  • Still Life with Apples and Oranges by Paul Cézanne
  • An Old Woman Cooking Eggs by Diego Velazquez
  • The Roofs of Barcelona in the Moonlight by Pablo Picasso
  • Girl Interrupted at Her Music by Johannes Vermeer
  • Peasant Wedding Feast by Pieter Bruegel
  • Hunters in the Snow by Pieter Bruegel
  • Supper at Emmaus by Carravaggio
  • Chestnut Trees at Louveciennes by Camille Pissarro

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2 reviews for Art Cards & Posters

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Oh how I love Memoria Press Art Cards! While I suppose one could look up the suggested art piece, the Memoria Press Art Cards are fabulous. 8×5″ cardstock, we had ours laminated at a teachers’ store and I keep them in a zipper bag. I’ve shown them to the local resident artist and art teacher and she agreed they were well chosen and splendid. There are so many different levels of how you can cover art and especially Art Recitation (Tuesday mornings in the Lesson Plans) but for us we flip through the cards of past weeks and my daughter tells me the title of the piece and occasionally the artist. If it is a medium other than painting she recites that as well. Once again the Kindergarten Enrichment Guide takes it that much further with biographies and details. While not craft heavy as was Junior Kindergarten, I enjoy more of this gentle art appreciate stance. This continues in Memoria Press First Grade Art Cards. I hope this will be something they continue to add to curriculum packages in future years with the next grade levels.

    I have written several long series posts on Junior Kindergarten, Kindergarten, First, and Second grades of Memoria Press in more depth:

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    The Farmer’s Wife

    We love the Memoria Press Art Cards! They are beautiful selections from many different art genres and we study one each week with our 2nd grade MP Curriculum. My 2nd grader has been learning the titles and authors’s names for fun since kindergarten, and can even sort them into the correct time period they were painted just by looking through and comparing them.

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