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The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

A Victorian Townhouse in Southwest London

The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

I really like this piece, and the thought that must have gone into the editing process. It is effective on a emotional level as well as physical one.

Best Digital Art of 2013

I really like this piece, and the thought that must have gone into the editing process. It is effective on a emotional level as well as physical one.

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story (“,)

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story (“,)

It’s in this period that Freud’s brushstrokes become increasingly forceful, and the volume of paint on the canvas increases, so that it seems to almost shape the contours of skin or hair . In the portrait of the artist Frank Auerbach, his powerful forehead dominates the canvas. The two men had been friends since the mid-1950s, were great admirers of each other’s work and saw each other frequently. It was at the time he made this portrait that Freud began to use Cremnitz white, a dry…

Lucian Freud Portraits: Painted Life

It’s in this period that Freud’s brushstrokes become increasingly forceful, and the volume of paint on the canvas increases, so that it seems to almost shape the contours of skin or hair . In the portrait of the artist Frank Auerbach, his powerful forehead dominates the canvas. The two men had been friends since the mid-1950s, were great admirers of each other’s work and saw each other frequently. It was at the time he made this portrait that Freud began to use Cremnitz white, a dry…

Figure A has scale drawings explaining how to build an Adirondack chair.

How to Build an Adirondack Chair

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