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Patterns of artistic development : comparative studies of talent

Author: Constance Milbrath
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This 1998 book presents several original studies of artistically talented children and their less talented peers. Milbrath's model of artistic talent attributes individual differences to the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Constance Milbrath
ISBN: 052144313X 9780521443135
OCLC Number: 700322001
Description: xvi, 422 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. The representaion of form and space. 1. Perspectives 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. 2. Samples and methods for the spontaneous drawings studies. Identifying talent --
Sampling and design for studies. 3. From line to representation. The elements of drawing --
Line, shape, and plane in spontaneous drawings studies --
Qualitative illustrations of similarities and differences in drawings of talented and less talented children. 4. The human figure. The human figure emerges --
Development of figure proportions --
. . . of figure rotation in the spontaneous drawings studies --
Case studies of the development of rotation in talented chidren. 5. The evolution of a single viewpoint. Toward realism in representing space --
Tracing the development of perspective in the spontaneous drawings study --
Case studies in the development of perspective drawing. 6. Putting pictorial space together. Developmental change --
Developmental rate in the spontaneous drawings studies --
Individual trajectories for talented children. II. Composition. 7. Composing the picture. Principles of composition --
Studies of children's artistic compositions and aesthetic experience --
Compositions by talented children. 8. Conducting the composition study: methods and procedures. Composition tasks and procedures --
Analyzing the children's compositions. 9. The compositions studies. Analyzing children's free and provoked compositions. 10. Toward a model of artistic development. An integrated model of artistic development.
Responsibility: Constance Milbrath.

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