Past and Present Trends in Art Education
by Royal Bailey Farnum, Robert Stose Hilpert, Grace Sobotka, William G. Whitford & Alma C. Field - 1941
A study of the development of art education in this country must commence in the early decades of the nineteenth century, where we find drawing taught as a special and somewhat detached subject, advertised in local newspapers on the one hand by professional painters, who offered such instruction in limited classes with a definite vocational intent, and on the other hand by the boarding-school mistress.
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