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Author Paine, Sheila.

Title Artists emerging : sustaining expression through drawing / Sheila Paine
Published Brookfield : Ashgate Pub. Co, 2000

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Description x, 164 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Contents 1. Historical Attitudes to the Young as Artists -- 2. Characteristics of the Developing Artist -- 3. Academic Training and an Independent Attitude: John Everett Millais (1829-1897) -- 4. Privilege, Opportunity and Misfortune in the Making of an Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) -- 5. Early Ambition and a Vision of Artistic Nobility: Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973) -- 6. A Savage and Gentle Passion: Michael Rothenstein (1908-1993) -- 7. The Young Humorist: Gerard Hoffnung (1925-1959) -- 8. A Professional Journey: Sarah Raphael (1960- ) -- 9. Displacing the Demon: David Downes (1971- ) -- 10. Sustaining Expression Through Drawing
Summary "The early work of seven very different visual artists, John Everett Millais, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Michael Rothenstein, Gerard Hoffnung, Sarah Raphael and David Downes, is here presented in a series of case studies which investigate historical and contemporary attitudes to the teaching of drawing to young children. In this fascinating study, Sheila Paine, a former President of the National Society for Education in Art and Design, shares the experience of a lifetime's work in art education, to explore the mysteries of drawing fluency, its often precocious beginnings and the personal, social and cultural circumstances which help or hinder its development."
"Most children enjoy drawing and use it to express a wide range of experiences and emotions. Drawing can offer an avenue of expression where words fail. So why do so many people stop drawing after the early school years? In Artists Emerging, Sheila Paine investigates how seven artists found ways to sustain and develop their drawing skill and expressive potential. The close study of these drawings reveals the sequences of their progress and their eventual achievement. The example of the successful intuitive strategies of these artists has much to offer everyone teaching drawing or wishing to learn."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Child artists -- Psychology.
Creative ability in children.
Drawing -- Study and teaching.
LC no. 00025721
ISBN 0754602001 :