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Painting with Children

Author : Brunhild Muller
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An invaluable guide for parents and teachers with ideas for encouraging a child's self-expression through watercolour painting.

Painting for Children

Author : Lois Thomasson Horne
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Children in Chinese Art

Author : Ann Elizabeth Barrott Wicks
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Annotation Experts in the fields of Chinese art, religion, literature, and history introduce and illuminate many of the issues surrounding child imagery in China, including the frequent use of pictures of children to reinforce social values. Topics include a historical overview; images of children in song, painting, poetry, at play, as icons of good fortune, and in stories; the childhood of gods and sages; folk deities; and family pictures. The text is accompanied by 100-plus color and b&w illustrations. A glossary of Chinese characters is included. Edited by Wicks (art history, Miami U). Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

Drawing and Painting

Author : John Matthews
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The author questions inherited wisdom about children's development in visual representation and explains different models of development in visual expression.

Painting Children

Author : Benedict Rubbra
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Painting and Drawing Children

Author : John Norton
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In this comprehensive, beautifully illustrated guide, one of the great children's portraitists covers every aspect of painting and drawing children. He starts by showing how children's anatomy differs from that of adults and telling how to get to know the child. 59 black-and-white and 40 color illustrations.

The Village Children an Introduction to the Art of Painting Children and Their Stories

Author : Marie Dubois
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The book is both a children's story book and a craft book and is in two parts. The story book section contains short and longer stories for young children to read printed in both English and French. The craft section is an introduction to painting for the aspiring young artists. Part One - includes full colour illustrations of plates originally painted by hand on porcelain/china and canvas by Marie Dubois. On the opposite page the author has written stories both in English and French based on the theme of each plate. The stories have been translated to French to familiarise young children to a foreign language, especially now learning a second language has been added to the school curriculum. Part Two - is an introduction to the art of painting. The book gives brief instructions as to the materials required, basic techniques and painting principles that beginners will need to create some fine artistic tableau, as well as definitions of various brush strokes for beginners to practice, so that they can achieve their own fine art work. The Book also includes line work for each plate design, which can be traced on to any painting material. It is hoped that the artwork contained in this volume will inspire other painters to produce similar pieces of work. The designs require a great deal of careful creative attention. All drawings and colours on the designs have a distinctive style particularly the characteristic figures, old fashion costumes and hats. The book is not only for children to read or parents to read to their children, but is also for painters, art teachers and others who might be interested in creating this fine art and will have reason to feel proud of their own achievements.

Painting Children

Author : Bev Lee
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Capture the charm of children in a fresh and lively manner. Discover the secrets to painting portraits that radiate the magical spark of childhood. Inside, you'll learn how to use the fresh, direct medium of pastel to capture realistic likenesses, as well as the unique spirits of your young subjects—from little ballerinas and flower pixies, to cowboys and explorers. 15 mini-demonstrations illustrate basic techniques, from creating a color wheel to painting expressive hands, facial features and clothing. 9 complete step-by-step demonstrations explore a range of poses, skin tones, hair types and fabric textures. Friendly instruction covers lighting, poses, color, composition, background and other elements of successful portraits. For beginning and advanced artists alike, this book will make for more authentic, more "childlike" finished portraits.

Early Childhood Art Painting and Printmaking

Author : Amelia Ruscoe
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Provides teachers and child carers with a wide collection of colour mixing and media application, printmaking and dyeing activities suitable for young children.

Art Lab for Kids

Author : Susan Schwake
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Presents art lessons for art projects of varying styles including drawing, printmaking, and mixed media.

The Story of Paintings

Author : Mick Manning
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"Take a wonderful journey through time to discover the story of paintings, from Stone Age cave art to the graffiti-inspired work of Jean-Michel Basquiat."--Back cover.

The children s black and white picture and painting book with poems and stories

Author : James P. Hardy
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Great Expectations

Author : Barbara Dayer Gallati
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Sargent's reputation is often defined by his remarkable achievements as a painter of sophisticated society portraits. However, as this innovative examination of his career reveals, he created a significant number of childrens portraits and genre paintings featuring children. The title of the book makes ironic reference to Charles Dickens's famous novel Great Expectations, and is used here to suggest how Sargents paintings of children related to the expectations associated with representations of childhood in the art and literature of Sargents day. The book also traces how Sargent ultimately advanced childhood as an artistic subject. The book contains five essays by three notable curators and professors of fine arts, is illustrated with Sargents truly stunning and often lesser-known paintings of children, and includes Sargent family photographs, some of which are previously unpublished.

Children s Culture and the Avant Garde

Author : Marilynn Strasser Olson
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This volume explores the mutual influences between children’s literature and the avant-garde. Olson places particular focus on fin-de-siècle Paris, where the Avant-garde was not unified in thought and there was room for modernism to overlap with children’s literature and culture in the Golden Age. The ideas explored by artists such as Florence Upton, Henri Rousseau, Sir William Nicholson, Paula Modersohn-Becker, and Marc Chagall had been disseminated widely in cultural productions for children; their work, in turn, influenced children’s culture. These artists turned to children’s culture as a "new way of seeing," allied to a contemporary interest in international artistic styles. Children’s culture also has strong ties to decadence and to the grotesque, the latter of which became a distinctively Modernist vision. This book visits the qualities of the era that were defined as uniquely childlike, the relation of childhood to high and low art, and the relation of children’s literature to fin-de-siècle artistic trends. Topics of interest include the use of non-European figures (the Golliwogg), approaches to religion and pedagogy, to oppression and motherhood, to Nature in a post-Darwinian world, and to vision in art and life. Olson’s unique focus covers new ground by concentrating not simply on children's literature, but on how childhood experiences and culture figure in art.

Children in Painting

Author : Marie-Christine Autin Graz
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In the same way Caravaggio was the inspiration behind Jewels in Painting, so Fra Angelico is the starting point for Children in Painting. It was while I was looking at his Last Judgement in the convent of San Marco in Florence that two child angels filled me with happiness. They are meeting in Paradise and embrace with tenderness before entering the dance of eternal happiness. They make you believe in true love. Fra Angelico is divine but is a child so? From the day of his birth until the age of ten, one might believe so. This is the reason why no child over ten features in this book. Having a child is a universal desire. A child is life, a child is love. Having to choose amongst an infinite number of pictures, I have attempted to select the most representative ones in Italian, German, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, English, American, Swiss and French painting, in which children play, laugh, kiss, cry, eat or sleep. Each of them reveals a masterpiece, in which the artist has exchanged his knowledge for a marvellous innocence. the ordinary becomes extraordinary, truth reveals beauty and beauty reveals truth. This book is as much for adults as it is for children, who will hopefully be encouraged to delve further into the world of art. To understand it is to start loving it: admire it and let yourself be carried away from everyday's routine.

Painting Australia

Author : Margaret Plant
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Selects paintings under themes which tell the story of Australian art from the colonial period to contemporary times in terms designed to enable children to appreciate the works - Themes include, children, families, gardens, sea and sand, the bush, the Centre, the Far North - Portraits.

13 Paintings Children Should Know

Author : Angela Wenzel
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Introduces thirteen paintings from the Renaissance to the present, including the "Mona Lisa," "Water Lilies," and "Nighthawks," and discuses the subjects, symbolism, and painting techniques of each piece.

Painting Children

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How to Talk to Children about Art

Author : Françoise Barbe-Gall
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This is a children's art book for grown-ups. In everyday language it shows how to explain to children what to look for and how to enjoy paintings as diverse as a Renaissance religious scene, an impressionist portrait or modernist masters like Kandinsky and Picasso. Examining 30 paintings by great artists, from 1500 to the present day, in galleries around the world, this book gives examples of the kinds of questions a child might ask about the paintings such as; 'Who are the people in this painting?' 'Why has the artist used those colours?' 'How did the artist choose what to paint?' And provides straightforward answers. Demystifying art appreciation, this book reveals that the simplest questions can be among the most pertinent. There is plenty that will stimulate children's interest in art - and enlighten grown-ups too.

Teaching Art to Young Children 4 9

Author : Rob Barnes
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This second edition of a classic and popular book includes new chapters, figures and colour plates. The book blends practical ideas with sound principles of art education. For the teacher or trainee-teacher looking for ideas, there are plenty of tested classroom examples. For those looking for firm principles of art teaching and 'best practice', this book presents many important issues in art education with clarity and insight. Based on first-hand experience of teaching children, the book uses many examples from the school situation. Essential topics, such as developing skills through using media, how children draw, producing original artwork, developing ideas and Art and the digital image are tackled with realism and imagination. An important feature is that these subjects are not seen in isolation but are purposefully linked with other areas of the curriculum. The author's approach should encourage teachers to develop and think about art in the National Curriculum. His writing shows a deep sympathy with children and sensitivity to the real task of teaching art to the young.