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What's a House?

What's a House?

This wonderful little booklet is chock-full of the visual images the very young make when given paint, brush, paper and encouragement. It illustrates a collection of paintings created by British children under the age of five. The collection illustrates how widely every one of the thirty or so examples differs from the others. A brief analysis accompanies each painting. This is a most inspirational and motivational document of the importance of children's direct experience with art media and processes.
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Title Annotation:Resources
Author:Baker, David
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Nov 1, 1989
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