The Artist in Each of Us..
NY, Pantheon Books, (1951). 1st ed. G. Blue binding faded at edges, black spine with gilt lettering, edge wear, owner name front endpaper, some tanning to endpapers. Cane served for many years as Director of Art for the Counseling Centre for Gifted Children of the School of Education New York University. She in her preface says her work is founded on the belief that every man is born with the power to create. This power is of the spirit and through its use man awakens andgrows. Art can be the means for the reounded development of the individual. In this book she presents a modern method of teaching art. She believes in the stimulation of feeling and thought through observation, memory, and imagination; the intensification of images through closed eyes and silence; and the use of chanting.
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