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Excerpt from Picture Study in Elementary Schools, Vol. 1: A Manual for Teachers
Bare white walls, blackboards, maps, a calendar, - for years this has been the schoolroom. Art has no place here. Much attention has been given to drawing, it is true, but it has been for the most part juiceless drawing - cones and cylinders, prisms and vases. Small wonder that wooden drawing has resulted from the incessant study of these wooden forms.
Now all has been changed. Tinted walls adorned with reproductions of great pictures, casts of famous statuary, Oare the order of the day. The windows are filled with living plants and perhaps an aquarium. Drawing and color study of natural objects have supplanted to a great extent the painfully exact drawing of the geometric solids.
The result of all this is that the child is more nearly in a proper environment than ever before. But this environ ment is a new world. For it he needs an interpreter.
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isbn: 1330158164, 978-1330158166,
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