Create Your Own Art History Curriculum with Masterpiece Curations!

Quality Art History Resources for Homeschooling Families

Masterpiece Curations is the perfect choice for homeschooling families looking for FREE art history curriculum. Our comprehensive collection of art resources covers a wide range of topics, from art eras and individual artists to elements and principles of art, media, and processes.

With our treasure trove of resources, you can easily compile the subjects you want your kids and teens to study.

Quality Content

We are committed to providing you with the same high quality content that you’ve come to expect for almost a decade from our sister site, the Masterpiece Society.

Our art resources are carefully curated to ensure that you get the best information and resources available. We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information so that you can trust that your family is getting the best art education possible.

Alisha & Olivia Gratehouse are the mom & daughter art team behind the Masterpiece Society, a homeschool art site that offers a complete art curriculum, teaching kids and teens art expression through multiple art mediums and techniques.

Family-Friendly Content

At Masterpiece Curations, we understand the importance of providing family-friendly content. That’s why we make sure that all of our art resources are suitable for all ages. While there may be a few nudes here (classical style only), we’ll note it at the top of each post so that you can make an informed decision about what your family should study.

Simply search through our art resources to compile the subjects you want your kids and teens to study. 

 

Art & Artist Study

It is through art — pottery, jewelry, statues, frescoes, and even buildings — which archeologists have unearthed that we have come to understand past cultures. Each piece is a record of ideas, cultural influence, and the era in which they lived.

Art is not just amazing paintings, sculpture and architecture. Art is history.

It’s our own personal time machine that can tell us about the culture, society, political climate, scientific discoveries, and so much more of the artist’s world at the time he or she created.

Edmonia Lewis

Edmonia Lewis

Please Note: This post contains a sculpture of Cleopatra that reveals her breast which you may feel is unsuitable for your children. Please use your own discretion as a parent. “I am wedded to my art.” ~Edmonia Lewis Edmonia Lewis (pronunciation) was an artist...

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt

Learn more about Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt in this free art lesson. “Art is a line around your thoughts.” ~Gustav Klimt Gustav Klimt (pronunciation) is one of the most influential artists of the early 20th century. His unique style combines elements of art...

Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler

 “There are no rules. That is how art is born.” ~Helen Frankenthaler Helen Frankenthaler (pronunciation) was an American painter. She is associated with the Abstract Expressionist and Color Field movements. Her early works were influenced by Jackson Pollock's...