“The Ancient Master Painted Like Me”

@article{Chiu2009TheAM,
  title={“The Ancient Master Painted Like Me”},
  author={Son-Mey Chiu},
  journal={The New Educator},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={229 - 248}
}
By following their wonderful ideas or critical exploration, three eighth graders learned how to do traditional Chinese painting, which is taught by copying old masters' work from the Ming Dynasty in the 17th century. The standard manual, which most learners have been using for these three hundred years, is the Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Chinese Painting, published in 1679. However, according to my literature review, I found out that ancient masters before the Ming Dynasty talked about a self… Expand
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