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Patterns of Artistic Development in Children Comparative Studies of Talent

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ISBN-10: 0521155622

ISBN-13: 9780521155625

Edition: 2010

Authors: Constance Milbrath, Tom Houston

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List price: $64.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/25/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 440
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

List of Tables
Acknowledgments
The Representation of Form and Space
Perspective on Drawing: Deriving a Developmental Model for Artistic Talent
The Role of Figurative and Operative Processes in Talent: A Working Hypothesis
Conception, Perception, and Production in Children's Drawings
The Role of Visual Exploration, Memory, and Representation in Drawing
Summary and Predictions
Samples and Methods for the Spontaneous Drawings Studies
Identifying Talent
Sampling and Design for Studies
From Line to Representaion
The Elements of Drawing
Line, Shape, and Plane in the Spontaneous Drawings Studies
Qualitative Illustrations of Similarities and Differences in Drawings of Talented Less Talented Children
Conclusions
The Human Figure
The Human Figure Emerges
Development of Figure Proportions
Development of Figure Rotation in the Spontaneous Drawings Studies
Case Studies of the Development of Rotation in Talented Children
The Evolution of Single Viewpoint
Toward Realism in Representing Space
Tracing the Development of Perspective in the Spontaneous Drawings Studies
Case Studies of the Development of Perfective Drawing
Conclusions
Putting Pictorial Space Together
Developmental Change
Development Rate in the Spontaneous Drawings Studies
Individual Trajectories for Talented Children
Composition
Composing the Picture
Principles of Composition
Studies of Children's Artistic Compositions and Aesthetic Experience
Compositions by Talented Children
Conclusions
Conducting the Composition Study: Methods and Procedures
Composition Tasks and Procedures
Analyzing the Children's Compositions
The Compositions Studies
Analyzing Children's Free Compositions
Analyzing the Provoked Compositions
Conclusions
Toward a Model of Artistic Development
An Integrated Model of Artistic Development
Appendixes
Bibliography
Index