Education Through Art

Part One

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This book explains how art and art history are studied in Waldorf Schools and it is particularly valuable for teachers of adolescents. These discussions of the curriculum—with its focus on the student and  on individual artists and their work—one can picture a young person developing into a free individual. One can see how sensitivity and strength of will are aided by an awareness of form and content in art.

  • Modern man longs for pictures
  • Practicing and understanding art
  • Principles of the method, based on the knowledge of the human being
  • Art history, a picture of man’s soul development
  • Few basic thoughts taken from Dr. Steiner’s lectures on art
  • Curriculum for the study of art in Rudolf Steiner’s pedagogy
  • Contemplation of art in the ninth grade : the representational arts
  • Immortalization of existence in Egyptian art
  • Dawn of humanity in Greek art
  • Development of painting
  • Flowering of Italian painting — Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo
  • Northern painting — Dürer, Grünewald, Rembrandt
  • Description of the Last Supper (from an essay on Leodardo da Vinci by J.W. Goethe)
  • Study of art in the ninth grade / Margaret Frohlich.


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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 in
Author

Translator

Ruth Pusch, Margaret Frohlich

ISBN13

978-0929979038

ISBN10

0929979036

Published

2006

Format

Paperback

Pages

103