This has links to biographical information and more images from these GREAT
artists and it is all FREE to you.
at the bottom.
>> Which one is the best of all time?
I don't know right now...let me read all of their biographies and I'll let
you know (smile). Today I really like Henry Tanner but I haven't read all of
Leo and Mary have always been high on my list of "the best"...Durer just
knew too much that he was good (smile) ...but he did admire his mother so he
can't be all bad, I guess.
I am exploring the site to see if he/she has value etc. and will let you all
P.S. for David Boals if you are reading - email me if you want off list
P.P.S. for Anne-Claire if you are reading - You'll like the de Kooning
example. You won't get this message on Art4Kids
P.P.P.S. Hope this helps with the values posts too. I'll find more hlep for
----- Original Message -----
From: "anthony and teresa" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 24, 2003 10:40 AM
Subject: [art_education] new school year begins with line
> i really appreciate this link for references to introducing lines
> and great masters. I often glance through the visuals and pick out
> samples to discuss with students when introducing the element of
> line and various characteristics of lines. Productful beginings to
> you and your students. Teresa