On Tuesday November 20th some of the year 6 traveled on a school bus to the National Gallery in London to see the rest of the picture which was Men of the Docks . We have been learning about immigrants in 1892. My favourite painting was called The Fyhting Temeraire, by Turner, Because it has
On Tuesday November 20th Some of the year 6 traveled to London on a white school bus to the National Galley and to see the Men of the Docks . My favourite paninting was called The Fyhting Temerare I like it because the colours are relaxing and there are lost of ships . The guide told us
On Tuesday the 20th of November 2018, h.p.s(Huntingdon primary school) went to the National Gallery for take one picture,wich is a school trip most schools in England are taking part in, to view famous paintings.Today I am going to tell you my favourite parts. In my opinion, the most interesting one was the fighting temeraire
On the 20th of November 2018 year 6 went to the National Art Gallery to look at the Men at the Docks picture by George Bellow, because its for our theme. Our school year went to see the picture to learn more about immigrants. My favourate painting was Het Steen In The Early Morning because
On Tuesday 20th November, year 6 went to The National Gallery in London. The reason why we went there is because our school entered a ‘take one picture’. Another reason why we went is because we have been learning about a painting ‘the men at the docks’, it was painted by a famous artist George
This half term in art we have been learning about a painting called Men At The Docks . During some of our lesson we were listening to the sound scape of the Men At The Docks and we heard different noises. The magnificent enormous men at the docks painting was made by George Bellow .
On Tuesday 20 November 2018, year 6 went to the the national gallery. As soon as we stepped into the gallery,I noticed that they have a surprising amount of original paintings. When we started to walk around the gallery, there were a lot of strange paintings. I can’t remember the name of the first painting