6. Describe works of art according to the style of various cultures, times, and places.
cultures--artistic styles of Native American cultures of the Southwestern and Pacific Northwestern United States,
times--Asher B. Durand's early nineteenth-century painting Kindred Spirits,
places--gargoyles and sculptures known as grotesques from European countries Describing ways in which the subject matter of other disciplines is interrelated with the visual arts
mathematics--Mavrits Cornelis (M. C.) Esher and tesselations;
language arts--Patricia Pollaco and book illustrations;
social studies--Matthew Brady and Civil War photography;
science--transformation of shapes to forms, circles to spheres, squares to cubes, and triangles to pyramids