Enrichment Studies - Fine Arts for homeschool families


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!

Maurice Prendergast Fine Art Pages: $9.95

Enjoy 20 beautiful pieces of art by Canadian-American artist Maurice Prendergast. This refreshing collection includes examples of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Pointillism, and Primitivism. Collection includes the Fine Art Pages, full page versions, and our fun and helpful guide, “How to Use Fine Art Pages in Your Home.”

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Or you can order this collection to be printed and shipped to you by clicking here. You’ll find this collection in alphabetical order under Maurice.

Horace Pippin Fine Art Pages: $14.95

Horace Pippin was a self-taught African-American artist who took up painting as a form of physical therapy after a debilitating injury sustained in World War I. His paintings feature the everyday life of the people he knew well, religious themes, historical themes, and sometimes social commentary on racism. Pippin’s work went on to become world renowned.

This collection features 30 printable works of his art in both our traditional Fine Art Pages format, and a full page version.

Also included with your purchase is a copy of How to Use Fine Art Pages in Your Home, to help you get started simply and easily.

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Or click here to order this collection printed and shipped to your home. You’ll find it in alphabetical order under Horace Pippin.

“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. :)”