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Friday Fine Arts Freebie!

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When I come across something as incredible as this Fine Arts Freebie, I just have to share it with my homeschool peeps!

I was thrilled to read this morning at The Oddly Said blog that the Getty Museum in Los Angeles would let you download FREE books of gorgeous paintings, sculpture and architecture… yes!  Free!

From the methods used to create Greek pottery vases to incredibly illustrated Renaissance manuscripts to DaVinci drawings…! This is a fantastic resource for any homeschooler, but for a Charlotte Mason home educatorthe opportunities for learning here are astounding.  speeches and language lessons!

You will use this Fine Arts freebie for years, for all ages, and in many subjects–not just fine arts.

That will keep you busy for quite awhile today, I’m sure!  🙂

Head directly there by clicking here!


Is anyone else as excited as me about this?!  If so, leave a comment and tell me!

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P.S. Now I haven’t explored this whole page yet so please check it out before you send your kids there. (With art there are naked ladies.)

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  • Dana | Feb 12, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    Dear Molly,

    You are so welcome!! I was pretty excited about it, too, lol. I just love to learn (as my kids will attest) and just had to share. Thanks so much for letting me know the post was a blessing to you!

    May God bless your week!

  • Molly | Feb 11, 2014 at 6:39 am

    Dear Dana,

    Thank you for posting the link about the fine arts freebee at the Getty Museum – what a goldmine!
    I am a new member to your website and I sincerely thank you for your time and efforts on behalf of my three children (ages 3, 7 and 9)! Wonderful!

    Kindest regards,

    Molly McGinnis

  • Shelly | Feb 11, 2014 at 2:54 am

    Thanks for the info! I LOVE your PS note! 🙂

    • Dana | Feb 11, 2014 at 3:02 am

      Hi Shelly!

      So glad you enjoyed the post — and the PS! You know it is true. =D

  • Rhoda | Feb 10, 2014 at 7:58 am

    What an amazing site. Finally got a few minutes before going to bed to check a few emails. I could be up all night checking this site out and not even come close to scratching the surface! Now to just figure out when and how to get back here to see more. Thank you for sharing this site.

    • Dana | Feb 11, 2014 at 3:01 am

      Hi Rhoda! So were you up all night checking it out? lol I am so happy to have come across it and glad the site will be helpful to you! Thanks for reading and responding. 🙂

  • Anne | Feb 10, 2014 at 4:19 am

    Thank you for the link to the Getty Museum fine arts freebie. It is a phenomenal link. I love everything about it.

    • Dana | Feb 11, 2014 at 2:57 am

      Hi Anne! You’re welcome for the fine arts freebie – I thought it was pretty amazing myself! Thank you for your comment!

  • Anne | Feb 8, 2014 at 8:23 pm

    I am interested. Thank you for sharing. Have a blessed weekend.

    • Dana | Feb 11, 2014 at 2:56 am

      Thank you, Anne! The weekend sure went by quickly as usual! Glad you enjoyed the post and thanks for visiting!

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