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Lesson Plans

Re: art prints

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Wed, 3 Nov 1999 22:01:09 EST

I just got Reading and O'Reilly's Fabulous 40 Art Print package. It was $159
smackers, plus shipping. Wrote a mini-grant for it. Nice prnts. 18 x 22.
33 fine art prints, plus some posters for the elements and principles. A
great beginning source for prints to show in class. Will post more info if
you are interested...they have a web site, too.
In a message dated 11/3/99 4:49:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

<< From: Julie Brady <jbrady>
Subject: art prints

I am looking for an inexpensive source for buying large art prints. I use
a lot of art history when I teach my elementary students, but it is very
frustrating trying to study a work out of a book or from a out of date
calendar I found on sale. I have a few poster size prints, but my
collection is very small. Every where I look they seem to run from $20 -
$30 each (with the exception of the typical Monets and Reniors that can be
found anywhere). Help!!!


Julie >>

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