Topic | book for/of picture study?

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  • caedmyn
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    I would really like to have a bunch of pictures in a book to do picture study with. Any suggestions? We do have some Come Look With Me books and I don’t really like them…I think it’s because I don’t really like many of the pictures in them.

    HollyS
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    I got one book to try with DD, but I didn’t care for it either.  Have you looked into the SCM picture studies?  We haven’t used these yet, but they look really good.

    2Corin57
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    Memoria Press also offers some through their Enrichment Guides, which also include poetry study.

    alphabetika
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    If you don’t mind having a curriculum attached to the pictures, you could look at Artistic Pursuits. It’s a combination of picture study, art history, and technique. I have really liked using it with my kids, though the methodology is different than CM because you are looking at a different picture each lesson, so potentially a new picture each week rather than doing one artist per term.

    Wings2fly
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    My kids loved DK A Child’s Book of Art Discover Great Paintings by Lucy Micklethwait.

    Also a series called What Makes a Masterpiece: Cats in Art, Flowers in Art, etc.

    MissusLeata
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    I buy books with pictures by one artist and used book sales. They work great!

    totheskydear
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    I just go onto Amazon and look up “(artist name) print book” and buy those. Always go for the used copies–sometimes you can find them on Amazon for a penny plus shipping! 🙂

    There are also these postcard packs from Dover:

    http://www.amazon.com/Women-Waterhouse-Cards-Dover-Postcards/dp/0486448843/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1459283475&sr=8-12&keywords=dover+artist+cards

    http://www.amazon.com/Degas-Ballet-Dancers-Cards-Postcards/dp/0486295907/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1459283475&sr=8-2&keywords=dover+artist+cards

     

    beccawalker2000
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    I just purchased some of the artist sets from SCM, but only because we happened to have a little extra left over in the hs budget. I don’t know if I’ll be able to do that every year, so these resources are great ideas!

    marmiemama
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    I have the Giotto SCM study that we like very much.  Something else I did was go through my old Queen Homeschool language arts books (we had a lot of them a few years back); I ripped out all the art pages along with the narration prompts, placed them in sheet protectors and then in a binder.  We’ve got a nice collection of beautiful paintings.  I also have lots of artist collections from amazon.  I believe they were free for a day.  They’re $.99 now.  Still a bargain!

    http://www.amazon.com/Twenty-Four-Claude-Monets-Paintings-Collection-ebook/dp/B00JAQ7YI6/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1459310074&sr=1-1&keywords=stanley+cesar+monet

    Grace
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    We use my father’s world language lessons for today which has picture study, poems, copywork,  short stories for narration, and simple grammar

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