3.3 Identify and compare works of art from various regions of the United States.
Students will learn about various art forms that originated in the United States across regions and cultures.
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This link will take you to an article that clarifies the differences between Native American and European influences on art in the early formation of the United States.
Above is a map of the territory that Europeans later established as the United States. These are the territories of Native American tribes, they had their own unique art across the entire land mass.
Here is the early United States, the territories are still divided up between many different cultures and regions. It was impossible for art to not influence one another.
This video shows portraits of individuals from the early nineteenth century in the United States. This form of realistic portrait paintings originated from European countries.
Notice the similarities between African art and art forms in the United States. Many of these methods and styles have been carried over from African people moving to the United States.
This video is on the Native American art forms that derived from the region of New Mexico in the United States.
This link will take you to a Google Form where you can complete the Big Question.