This often happens at school in Asia where teachers or school supervisors sometimes roll their eyes towards one side (to the left or right) to look at their students with anger, probably the students are doing something bad.
Or we often see that in kindergarten, for example, a child is trying to sneakily take some candies in a box and the teacher gives that kind of look to him/her.
Is it idiomatic and common to say "to give somebody a black look" or "to give a black look to/at somebody" to express the idea of to roll your eyes towards one side and look at somebody with anger/ jealousy or any negative attitude"?
"The teacher gave a black look at / to him as he was trying to sneakily take some candies in the box"
Note: I am not sure I should use "at" or "to" because we have the structure "to give something to somebody" but "to have a look at somebody")
Also, can we use "look askance" for example,
"She looked askance at him when he began to eat before everybody else."
but I am not sure this phrase is common or not.