Georgia O’Keeffe Quotation Copywork

by Jimmie Lanley on February 27, 2012

For artist study this term, we are studying Georgia O’Keeffe, the American painter. (You can read more at Jimmie’s Collage tomorrow.) In reading about O’Keeffe in The Annotated Mona Lisa, we came across a wonderful quotation that explains why the artist painted close-up images of flowers. “Nobody has seen a flower — really — it […]


Artist Notebooking Page

by Jimmie Lanley on November 23, 2011

After I created the author pages, I made other people pages along the same lines. Here are the artist pages, perfect for Charlotte Mason artist study or for researching any artist from Picasso to Bruegel to Cassatt. There are six different layouts as you can see in the thumbnails below. The art gallery page is […]


Impressionism Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on October 5, 2011

These Impressionism pages were inspired by a recent visit to our local art museum where an exhibit of Impressionist art was being shown. When we got home from that field trip, I required my daughter to record what she learned and saw in her art notebook. She used these printable pages plus the brochures and coloring […]


Renaissance Art Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on August 17, 2011

You already know that I love to study the art of each historical period that we cover  (Middle Ages; Ancient Greece). Although we have not yet reached the Renaissance, I created these pages at a friend’s request. It will be great to have them ready to use once we get there. And in the meantime, you […]

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Bruegel Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on August 15, 2011

As you may have noticed, I’m on an art binge, making loads of printable notebooking pages for artist study. (Later this week there will be yet another set of art related pages.) By the way, I hope you know how to navigate The Notebooking Fairy. If you want to see all the printable art pages, […]


Georges Seurat and Pointillism Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on August 9, 2011

Today’s freebie features a very fun Impressionist artist — George Seurat. His style is called Pointillism and is made with tiny dots of color. This is a fun style to try to reproduce on your own. Here are some free printable notebooking pages you can use for writing about Pointillism and Seurat. For a blast […]

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Ancient Greek Architecture Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on April 4, 2011

This is the third and final set of notebooking pages for Ancient Greek Art. The  layout pictured here is offered in three line styles for all ages of learners. The graphic is a line illustration of the Acropolis of Athens. That’s the Parthenon in the top right corner. If your child is one who likes to […]

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Ancient Greek Pottery and Sculpture Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on April 1, 2011

This is the second set of notebooking pages that go along with Ancient Greek Art. The two layouts pictured here are offered in three line styles for a total of six pages. If you need more room for pasting or sketching pictures, use the pages from the first set of Ancient Greek art notebooking pages.   […]


Ancient Greek Art Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on March 30, 2011

I’ve mentioned how much I like the the Art in History series (see the Medieval Art post & this one on Ancient Egypt). We are currently using Ancient Greek Art as a complement to our Beautiful Feet history studies. This living book gives a great overview of the art of Ancient Greece, including sculpture, pottery, […]


Medieval Art Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on March 9, 2011

Art is a large part of our homeschool curriculum, and I make every effort to integrate it into all academic areas. I have really enjoyed the Art in History book series which makes it so easy to get an overview of art in every major time period. (Here is an example at my blog Jimmie’s […]