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Art Appreciation Portfolios

We cannot measure the influence that one or another artist has upon the child’s sense of beauty, upon his power of seeing, as in a picture, the common sights of life; he is enriched more than we know in having really looked at even a single picture.

Charlotte Mason

 

We cannot measure the influence that one or another artist has upon the child’s sense of beauty, upon his power of seeing, as in a picture, the common sights of life; he is enriched more than we know in having really looked at even a single picture

Charlotte Mason

Johannes Vermeer

(1632-1675)

Johannes Vermeer

(1632-1675)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

(1841-1919)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

(1841-1919)

Rembrandt van Rijn

(1606-1669)

Rembrandt van Rijn

(1606-1669)

Peter Bruegel

(1525-1569)

Peter Bruegel

(1525-1569)

Edgar Degas

(1834-1917)

Edgar Degas

(1834-1917)

Art Appreciation through PICTURE TALK has always been part of our learning atmosphere. We started when eldest was 3, and it has since been part of our weekly tea time. This 15 minute *Living* activity does not only introduce beautiful pictures. It helps cultivate the habits of observation and attention through oral and sketch narration.

Each Portfolio includes (6) six 12.5×9.5 art works of the chosen artist on matte coated board. Picture Talk guide for educator/parent included. Available at The Learning Basket.

Art Appreciation through PICTURE TALK has always been part of our learning atmosphere. We started when eldest was 3, and it has since been part of our weekly tea time. This 15 minute *Living* activity does not only introduce beautiful pictures. It helps cultivate the habits of observation and attention through oral and sketch narration.

Each Portfolio includes (6) six 12.5×9.5 art works of the chosen artist on matte coated board. Picture Talk guide for educator/parent included. Available at The Learning Basket.

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