Painting in Waldorf Education

Dick Bruin and Attie Lichthart

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A thorough study of watercolour painting in the Waldorf curriculum.

Format:
paperback
Size:
234 x 156 mm
Publisher:
Waldorf Publications
Subject:
Steiner-Waldorf Education; Waldorf Publications
Illustrations:
illustrations
Extent:
216 pages
ISBN:
9781888365504
Publication date:
01 Jan 2004

Description

The uniqueness and importance of watercolor painting is significant to the stages of child development in Waldorf schools.

This lovely book is a thorough and complete study of watercolor painting in the Waldorf curriculum. Included are practical advice, clear exercises and beautiful examples. Goethe's theory of color is discussed and as well as how to paint with different ages and grades, from kindergarten through high school.

Author

Dick Bruin was born in Holland in 1953, and has been an active Waldorf teacher since 1975. He teaches art, art history, drawing and painting for Classes 7 to 13 at the Adriaan Roland Holst School in Bergen.

Attie Lichthart was born in Holland in 1948. She taught art and art history for Classes 8 to 12 at the Free School Zutphen Holland, and now works in teacher training.

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