Latest Famous Artists Biography Pages

Here are 14 Famous Artist Biography Pages to accompany the Famous Artist Wall Chart.

These biography pages are presented in 3 formats ~

Biography Famous Artists Blank ~ A blank notepage ~ excellent to paste in minibooks or art appreciation lessons

Biography Famous Artists Red_Blue ~ With red & blue lines ~ for primary/ beginner writers

Biography Famous Artist Blackline ~ With black lines & grey dotted lines for middle school writers

Biography Famous Artist Blank

Biography Famous Artist Red&blue

Biography Famous Artist Black lines

And these are the famous artists covering several centuries, styles and mediums:

Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo di Lodovico
Raffael Sanzio da Urbino
Sandro Botticelli
Anthony van Dyck
Rembrandt van Rijn
Johannes Vermeer
Francisco Goya
Pablo Picasso
Auguste Rodin
Peter Paul Rubens
Salvador Dali
Henry Moore
Paul Jackson Pollock

(I acknowledge that this is not a comprehensive list.  If you would like a specific artist featured, please leave your request in the comments below.)

Click here to download more free Biography Pages

To complete this theme I will soon release a Famous Artists lapbook bundle. Please sign up for an email notification or put my RSS feed on your homepage! You’ll find this on my sidebar halfway down.

7 thoughts on “Latest Famous Artists Biography Pages

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  5. Nadene,
    Thank you very much for all the wonderful resources . I am so new working with lapbooks and am so glad that yours are easy for me to follow. I keep looking at the pictures of your lapbooks to see how to put it together. It is VERY helpful to see pictures. I tried in the past to make lapbooks with my kids and was very confusing and to hard to follow the instructions but not yours :). You are a blessing to our homeschool.

    Thank you very much,


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