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Fw: Re: classroom art prints

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J & C Maher (mormar)
Tue, 8 Apr 1997 19:43:15 -0400


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> From: J & C Maher <mormar>
> To: Laurann65
> Subject: Re: Re: classroom art prints
> Date: Tuesday, April 08, 1997 7:41 PM
>
> In regard buying Fine Art Prints, try
> The Harvard Coop
> 1400 Massachusetts Ave
> Cambridge, MA 02138
> Tele: (617) 499-2000
> Fax: (617) 499-2016
> They have a HUGE selection of prints at very reasonable prices. Several
> hundred are from Shorewood and two other companies that print 22"x28"
> prints that compete with Shorewood , (but are not found as readily in art
> supply catalogs). The price on these prints is $6.00 each, slightly
> damaged ones for less if you hit it right. There are also tons of other
> prints from museums, and publishers that range from $5-$35 and up. They
> also have a large selection of postcards for those of us with financially
> challenged budgets. They didn't have a print catalog when I left but
they
> try to be very helpful with phone and fax orders. Have patience they
are
> probably understaffed. They will ship anywhere. Ask for Sue K., Tom,
> or Patricia and tell them Christy sent you.
>
> Happy hunting,
>
> Chris Maher
> Indian Head MIddle School
> Hanson, MA
> mormar
> ----------
> > From: Laurann65
> > To: artsednet
> > Subject: Re: Re: classroom art prints
> > Date: Sunday, April 06, 1997 5:30 PM
> >
> > "I use the Shorewood Catalogue all the time. I buy several each year
and
> > cut them up and use the small print pictures for pins and games. It's
> > great. The price went up this year. (I think $30.00)"
> >
> > I was reading throught the archives and came across this note - does
> anyone know how to get the Shorewood Print Catalogue?
> > I am trying to get my hands on art prints at an affordable price -
does
> any one have any suggestions on where I should look? Am I better off at
an
> Art Museum store or are there more catalogues out there?
> > I was also trying to come up with an Art Bingo type of game to use with
K
> - 6 students. Does anyone have any ideas?
> > Thanks!
> > Laura Allan