Catalog Record: Applied art : drawing, painting, design and handicraft | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Applied art : drawing, painting, design and handicraft / arranged for self-instruction of teachers, parents, and students by Pedro J. Lemos ...

Main Author: Lemos, Pedro J. 1882-1945.
Related Names: Korzenik, Diana 1941-, former owner., Bailey, Henry Turner 1865-1931, dedicatee., Spofford, Mabel , former owner.
Language(s): English
Published: Mountain View, California ; Pacific Press Pub. Association, 1920.
Subjects: Aesthetics.
Curriculum planning.
Lesson planning.
Decorative arts.
Color in art.
Lettering > United States.
Industrial arts > Study and teaching.
Art > Technique.
Decoration and ornament.
Art > Study and teaching.
Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) > United States > 20th century.
Textbooks > United States > 20th century.
Note: Includes colored, illustrated endpapers.
Bound in tan cloth with black letters and red ornaments on top cover and spine.
"Dedicated to Henry Turner Bailey, pathfinder of American art education"--P. [5].
"Printed in U.S.A."
Publication date, place of printing and publisher's statement before places of publication.
Physical Description: 379, [1] p., [40] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 23 cm.
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