The School Arts Magazine April, 1931 (Issue Devoted to Color)

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If you were a an art teacher in the schools in 1931, or even an aspiring artist, the arrival of this handsome magazine would be a pleasure. It's filled with ads for tantalizing supplies such as Prang crayons, Venus pencils, leather-working tools and more, plus schools for art instruction. This issue is all about color with these topics: an up-to-date study of color; color and color schemes, a new approach to teaching color and design; a tale of five mystic colors, the basic principles of color harmony, and color rhymes for little artists. There's also several elementary age projects and a piece on how to use a puppet show as a means of teaching art and literature. Magazine is illustrated with several color plates and many striking black and white images.

Title: The School Arts Magazine April, 1931 (Issue Devoted to Color)

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Categories: Magazines, School Memories, ART: Fine, Folk,Graphic,

Edition: Vol. 30 No 8

Publisher: Worcester, Massachusetts, The Davis Press Inc.: 1931

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: 0513

Keywords: The School Arts Magazine April 1931. The Study of Color. Teaching Color Harmony. Teaching Elementary School Art,