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Identifier: schoolcatalog8889penn Title: School catalog, 1889-1890 Year: 1889 (1880s) Authors: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art Subjects: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art--School catalogs Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art--School catalogs Philadelphia Museum School of Art--School catalogs Philadelphia Museum College of Art--School catalogs Philadelphia College of Art-- School catalogs Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art Contributing Library: University of the Arts (Philadelphia), University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: the Museum. (6) Flowers and Foliage from Nature, in char-coal, pen-and-ink and water color. (7) Lettering. (8) Analysis of Plants for the purpose of Design. (9) Original Designs, from natural forms. (10) Studies in Historic Ornament. (11) Design applied to Surface Decoration, flat or in relief. Instrumental Drawing. (12) Exercises with Instruments (construction of plane♦ figures, line shading, etc.). (13) Plans and elevations of buildings and machinery. (14) Descriptive Geometry (intersections and developments).(»5) Perspective. EXAMINATIONS. (i) Plane Geometrical Drawing. (2) Projections. (3) Descriptive Geometry. (4) Perspective. (5) Model Drawing. (6) Drawing from Memory. (7) Historical Ornament, a written paper, illustrated by drawings. (This class attends lectures once a week on Geometry in all its applicationsto Drawing; and once a week on Perspective, on the Principles of Design, onHistorical Ornament, or some other subject directly related to the work of theclass-room.) 31 Text Appearing After Image: Head Modeled by Winifred E. Ketcliain, a pupil of the School. ADVANCED DRAWING CLASS. Class B. This class is for the thorough study of the figure fromthe cast and from the living model. Students are admittedto this class only after completing the courses described onpages 29 and 30, or, in the case of those who do not desireto complete the course, or who have received their prelimi-nary training in other institutions, on passing a satisfactoryexamination in drawing the human figure, either from lifeor from the cast. The Life class works from the Draped Model, and eachpose is arranged with as much reference to the study, eitherof historical costume or of beauty of decorative effect, asof the figure itself This class is under the personal instruction of the Prin-cipal. 32 Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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