Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
Share on email

Anthony Van Dyck – The Triumphal Entry

Welcome to the 2nd Video in the Lent Devotional.

If you have tried to purchase the devotional series and have run into technical difficulties, I apologize. We’ve been working round the clock to get the website changes operational. Hopes are everything is squared away.

If you still need to purchase the Devotional you can follow this link.  After purchase you will then receive an email with your username and password. On the Course page you will find a list of all of the paintings we will be covering. Three videos per week will be going live and you’ll have access.

Again, if you would like access to the series, but are financially unable to purchase it at this time, please email me at Kbagdanov@gmail.com. We don’t want anyone to miss out due to money issues.

Subscribe to KellyBagdanov

Join a generous group of people who help me continue to serve teachers and lovers of art. Click the button below and become a patron!

Top Posts

Who are we?

Kellybagdanov.com is a rich source for educators who are interested in integrating Art History into their teaching model. You can find Art History Curriculum and Resources for teaching here.

Kids at Home while Schools are shut down?

Wondering what to do with all the time your kids have now that they are home? WE have a solution for you. Fun, interesting, and learning all built into a great educational activity.

Grab “An Overview of Western Art” today.

50% off through April 19 use coupon code:  coronavirus

Affiliate Disclosure

Disclosure: Some of the links on this site are affiliate links, meaning, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

Download Your Free Curriculum

The Grand Tour Art History Curriculum

Compare 4 works of art from the Italian Renaissance with 4 works from the Byzantine era to begin building the framework we will build on in future lessons. This download will introduce you to the overview portion of the Grand Tour Art History Curriculum

More Articles

Albrecht Durer and woodcuts of the Nativity

Welcome to day 15. Albrecht Durer is one of my favorite artists, I really love his woodcuts and engravings. Communicating complexity with nothing but lines, it astounds the viewer. That he so realistically represents space, emotion, perspective, shading…with nothing but black and white lines is beyond impressive. Printmaking was just coming into it’s own when

Read More »
Rembrandt's Storm on The Sea of Galilee

Lent Devotional: Rembrandt’s Storm On The Sea Of Galilee

This Lent Devotional is focused on the Storm on the Sea of Galilee,  and can serve as a vehicle for many to experience an inspiring portion of Scripture and to sense the voice of God. The masterpieces we will examine in this series are incredible expressions of spiritual truth. (If you wish to read the

Read More »

Video – The Horrors of War by Peter Paul Reubens

I’m converting several of my blog post into videos, and here is one of the first.  Peter Paul Rubens’, The Consequences of War, or the Horrors of War is a fascinating study.  Today I was listening to a book about the Italian Renaissance and found it interesting that for centuries there was seldom a period

Read More »