Tuesday, 21 May 2013

TT - The Usborne Book of Famous Paintings

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The Usborne Book of Famous Paintings

The Usborne Book of Famous Paintings

  • Format:  Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 79
  • Vendor: Usborne
  • Publication Date:01 September 2009 
  • ISBN 10:0794525423 
  • ISBN 13:9780794525422  
  • Author Rosie Dickins 
  • Illustrator:Pictures of Famous Paintings and drawings by Philip Hopman 
Since begining to home educate I have become more acutely aware of the fine arts.  I'm aware that there are many beautiful famous paintings out there but my knowledge of teaching the fine arts is very limited.  It was with delight I discovered this great book at our local library last week.

Each double page spread features a picture of a famous painting along with a short historical description. The thing that caught my eye are the arrows to parts of the paintings pointing out things to take note of or giving short interesting bits of information.

We are enjoying this book and it fits in well with the short lesson periods suggested by Charlotte Mason.
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