The psychology of children's art, by Rhoda Kellogg with Scott O'Dell.

; O'Dell, Scott, 1898-1989, author
[San Diego, Calif.] CRM; distributed by Random House, New York [1967] .

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Other Authors O'Dell, Scott, 1898-1989,
Subjects Art -- Psychologie.
Art -- Psychology.
Child Development.
Child artists.
Enfants artistes.
Psychology, Child.
Series Psychology today.
Description 109 pages color illustrations 29 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Summary The child's idea of art collides head on with the typical formulas adults have passed down from one generation to another. Watchful and well meaning teachers who coax young children to draw real-life objects are not being helpful; indeed, their efforts may stifle the pride, the pleasure, the confidence so necessary to growth of a creative spirit.
Contents The search. -- Scribbles and scribbling. -- The secrets of shape. -- Art in outline. -- The child and design. -- Mandalas, suns, and radials. -- People, people, people. -- Almost pictures. -- Pictures. -- Hidden treasures. -- Around the world.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)511473
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kellogg, Rhoda, 1898-
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