Double Visions


Go to Double Visions
If you know what you're doing, go right to Double Visions. Otherwise read through the links below, then get started.

Background
The purpose of Double Visions is to help you to look more closely at works of art. The way we do this is to ask you to compare/contrast two interestingly matched artworks. See what you can see! If you like you can read a more complete description of the ideas behind this activity.

Instructions
If you are new to this activity, please read the Seeing Questions. They give you an idea of the kind of things you can look for in general. A fey key questions are provided for each pair to get you started.

Respecting Artists' Rights
The artworks for this activity are used with permission of The Fine Art Museums of San Francisco. To do the Double Visions activities, you must read and understand the © Copyright Agreement. Do you want to know why you should do this?




First Posted December 1995.
Last revised February, 2014
By Tom March, tom at ozline dot com