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 see a sample? Click here!
Ballet Fine Art Pages: $9.95
Ballet has been an enduring and beloved subject matter in the world of art, and in this collection we explore several different artists and their depiction of the art of ballet, featuring artistic styles such as Impressionism, Realism, and Expressionism. Get to know works from Degas, Renoir, Macke, Repin, Manet, Metcalf, and Somov. You’ll also receive the full page version of the art, and our fun and helpful guide, “How to Use Fine Art Pages in Your Home.” Twenty printable works of art included in this downloadable PDF.
Would you prefer to get this collection printed and shipped to you? Click here. You’ll find it in alphabetical order under Ballet.
Daily Art: Impressionism
You will LOVE getting to know the art and artists from the world’s most popular art era: Impressionism. This ground-breaking time in art spanned less than one hundred years, starting in France, but spreading throughout Europe and the United States.
This 11-week program combines video learning and Fine Art Pages to introduce you and your children to some of the most beloved works of art and artists in the world.
Click here for complete information and to register.
If you only want to purchase the coordinating Fine Art Pages, you can click here to order. You’ll find them under Daily Art.
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.