Title: School catalog, 1904-1905
Year: 1904 (1900s)
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 Philadelphia Colleges of the Arts–School catalogs University of the Arts–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
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ounces and Stencils. 3. Designing and Cutting of Stencils. 4. Drawing of Ornaments from Plates and Casts. 5. Harmony and Contrast of Color. 6. Historic Styles of Architectural Ornament. 7. Principles of Decoration Applied to Flat Surfaces. 8. Original Design of Decoration Applied to Flat Sur- faces. 9. Original Design and AAorking Drawings for Furniture and Woodwork, Alosaic, Stained Glass. 10. ]Iodelling for Ornament in Relief. 11. Schemes for Interior Decoration, Walls, Floors, Ceil- ings, Windows. Hangings and Furniture.The time required for the completion of the work ofthis course depends entirely on the diligence and proficiencyof the student; but those who have already taken the workof Class A or its ecjuivalent are expected to complete thework of the Interior Decoration course in two additionalyears. Teachers^ Courses Albert Wixslow Barker. Instructor in Charge. Drawing Course. Principles and ]Iethods of Drawing. JNIodelling. Methods of Teachmg. Blackboard Drawing. Lettering.
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USE OF STENCILS BY THE CLASS IX INTERIOR DECORATION The designing and cutting of stencils is one of the Iest exercises for the inculc.iti( of the fundamental principles of good design. In the illustration pupils are shown making practical use of stencils that have been designed and cut by themselves. SUBJECTS OF STUDY—DAY CI.ASSES 6. /•8. 9- lO. II. Illustrative Sketching. Brush Work. Iractice in Teaching. Instrumental Drawing. Design. Sketching from Life. NoRMAi, Art Course. For Graduates of Class A. Color Harmony (Theory and Practice). Historic Ornament. Illustrative Sketching. Manual Training. Wood-work and Carving. Practice in Teaching. Composition and Criticism. Advanced Drawing, Antique and Life.
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