"The essays take us through the earliest origins of the Artist Teacher, the informal training of the artists' workshops of the Classical era and the creation of the Guilds, before moving on to the development of artistic recognition during the Renaissance which saw painting move away from craft and begin its metamorphosis into an intellectual discipline. . . . This is an enjoyable book to read either as a whole or to dip in and out of. It actively encourages the view that teachers should continue with their own practice and let it influence their pedagogy."—International Journal of Art & Design Education
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About the Author
G. James Daichendt is associate professor and exhibitions director in the Department of Art at Azusa Pacific University in Southern California.