Type “art history” into any search engine and you’ll quickly be met with articles and photos from well known artists such as Michelangelo and Vincent Van Gogh. Type in “biblical art history” and the responses will be those of artists who attempted to paint images of stories taken from the Bible that are far from accurate.
This course will teach about the actual origin of art from an ancient Biblical perspective. We will start with the Ultimate Creator of the Universe and all within in and highlight some of the greatest kind of art ever created. From the Tabernacle and the furniture within to the construction of King Solomon’s house, art was something that started much earlier than what modern day teaches.
The pages are created in notebooking style and can be used for lapbooks, notebooks, or worksheets. They can be completed with or without the videos prepared for this course.
Weekly topics are:
- The Artist that Started It All
- The Tabernacle & Its Furnishings
- King Solomon & The Temple
- King Solomon’s Palace & Temple Furnishings
Please do not share this PDF (or the videos) with others. You have permission to make as many copies as you need for personal use only.
This course is compatible for most ages/levels early elementary to high school. A certificate of completion is available for record-keeping purposes. This course is worth 4 credit hours.