Art Appreciation featuring Fine Art Pages
You want to introduce your children to fine art, but lack the time and method for follow-through, right? Fine Art Pages are the answer! These downloadable, printable collections feature one piece of art per page, plus *just enough* information about the piece and the artist. The method is organic: print ’em out, put ’em up. Let your family observe, absorb, and enjoy! It works. And best of all: it doesn’t run on Mom Power! Would you like to get a free sample? Click here!
Explore our extensive collection of Fine Art Pages:
Artists in Alphabetical Order
Art Era and Styles
Time and Historical Themes
Get a FREE Fine Art Pages collection:
Paul Kane Fine Art Pages: $7.50
Irish-Canadian painter Paul Kane is best known for his depictions of First Nations and Native American peoples in the 1800s. In this collection you’ll get to see the lives and people of the Odawa, Ojibwe, Assiniboine, Clallum, and other groups represented.
Included are 15 pieces of art in both our traditional Fine Art Pages format, as well as full page versions. You’ll also get our fun and helpful guide, “How to Use Fine Art Pages in Your Home.”
Time Period: 1800s
Right now you can get this PDF collection FREE when you sign up below:
Good morning — just had a story to share. I have a 4 yr old and a 6 yr old and am homeschooling. I ordered a bunch of Fine Art pages about a year ago and did what you suggested — laminated them and hung a few in our two bathrooms each week. We usually talk about the art when I change the pictures, but nothing extensive. For such young ones, mainly I have been going for exposure.
Well, both girls became very excited when we saw two Matisse prints hanging in our local public library. (Fine Arts pages by Matisse happen to be hanging in the upstairs bathroom right now.) I reminded the girls that the artist was Matisse. And then my 4-year old (who is always interested in the titles of the paintings) said to me, “I know what that painting there is called,” and she paused. “Dessert: Harmony in Red,” she said correctly. The library security guard standing nearby nearly fell over, she was so surprised. 🙂
Anyhow, I just wanted to thank you for helping expose my family to Fine Arts — you have truly enriched our lives, and it’s making a difference in our learning.
“My family is enjoying the prints that I have posted around the house in strategic places — fridge, breakfast nook, and over bathroom sink. Thank goodness for plastic sleeves! One of my son’s public school friends commented recently that he thought it was really cool that we have rotating art pictures posted around the house. :)”
“I have certainly appreciated all the free art resources from you over the years. My bathroom walls have become a source of peace and reflection!”
Thank you so much for this – my son loves these fine art pages, and we’re both learning so much from them. You are a blessing!!!