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Collaborative

Aesthetic
Guide
3rd product of B.I.S. Erasmus+ project

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Description of the product Competences covered
Cultural awareness and expression:
Collaborative aesthetic guide of 12 artworks from 3
local museums: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, -To understand the different styles, trends and forms of Fine Arts.
Spain), Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano, Italy), Royal Museum of -To analyze the aesthetic characteristics of some artworks belonging to
different artistic periods.
Mariemont and Groeningemuseum of Bruges (Belgium). -To give a critical point of view about the beauty cannons..
Linguistic competence:
Each artwork of the aesthetic guide has been analysed through a
mini website providing the following information: -To express oneself correctly both orally and in writing using English
and mother languages.
● Written fact sheet in English with the following details: -To understand different kinds of texts in English, Spanish, Basque,
title, artist, technique, period, school and style. Italian, Dutch and French.
● Written description of the artwork's subject in English. -To search, collect and process information in different languages..
● Written and oral analysis in English and mother Digital competence:
languages of the analysed artwork´s beauty canons.
-To search, collect and process information by means of technological
● Written and oral comparison in English and mother
resources.
languages between the analysed artwork´s beauty
canons and those ones in use in our society. -To create and share digital resources.

Use indicators Social and civic competences:

Student’s age: from 13 to 18 years -To prepare an aesthetic guide for fellow students.
Academic subjects: Classics, History, Arts, Philosophy, Ethics. -To strengthen the concepts of inclusion, equality and
non-discrimination for aesthetic reasons.

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Venus of Kortrijk

Museum: Royal Museum of Mariemont (Belgium)


Artist: Unknown
Technique: bronze and silver, full cast
Period: 4th century BC
Style: Statuette iconographic (Ancient Greek Art)
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Thundering Zeus

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Unknown
Technique: bronze
Period: 1st century AD
Style: Statuette iconographic (Ancient Roman Art)
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Venus in the forge of Vulcanus

Museum: Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano, Italy)


Artist: Bernardino Luini
Technique: Detached fresco
Period: 1509-15010
Style: Renaissance
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Venus and Cupid with two satyrs in
a landscape

Museum: Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano)


Artist: Simone Peterzano
Technique: Oil on panel
Period: 1570-1573
Style: Venetian painting
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The rape of Europe

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Martin de Vos
Technique: Oil on oak panel
Period: 1570-1575
Style: Baroque

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Satyr playing the flute

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Jacob Jordaens
Technique: Oil on canvas
Period: 1639
Style: Baroque

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The death of Adonis

Museum: Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano, Italy)


Artist: Andrea Appiani
Technique: Oil on canvas
Period: 1792-1796
Style: Neoclassicism

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Napoleon as Mars the peacemaker

Museum: Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano, Italy)


Artist: Antonio Canova
Technique: lost-wax cast, plaster
Period: 1810
Style: Neoclassicism

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Venus of poetry

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Julio Romero de Torres
Technique: oil on canvas
Period: 1913
Style: Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism

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Diana

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Ricardo Arrue
Technique: enamel on copper
Period: 1920
Style: 20st century. First quarter

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Hero and Leander

Museum: Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain)


Artist: Nemesio Mogrobejo
Technique: melt bronze
Period: 1904
Style: Academic Realism

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Narcissus

Museum: Groeningemuseum of Bruges (Belgium)


Artist: Joseph Denis Odevaere
Technique: oil on canvas
Period: 1810
Style: Romanticism

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CREDITS

Authors: students from


◈ IES URBI BHI (Coordinator. Basauri / Spain),
◈ Liceo Classico Statale Tito Livio (Partner. Milano / Italy)
◈ Athena Campus Pottelberg (Partner. Kortrijk / Belgium)

DISCLAIMER

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an
endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be
held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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