While researching art and poetry for our Script-n-Scribe Americana copywork book, I came across the visually stunning artwork of American Impressionist painter Childe Hassam, who painted several patriotic pieces during World War I. I’ve been wanting to share this artist’s work paired with patriotic poetry for some time now. I mean… just look at this:
His impressionist technique paired with the contrasts between the flags’ colors and their surroundings are simply striking. Recently our family experienced a real-life look at Childe Hassam’s paintings during the “World War I and American Art” exhibit at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville. Wow! It compelled me to pull this art and poetry study together, just in time for our World War I studies this spring. Thus… we have a new cursive copywork download, free for subscribers of our email newsletter! Click here or on the button below to subscribe to our email newsletter, and you’ll receive this study in your first email from us.
For more World War I copywork, also be sure to check out our “In Flanders Fields” Copywork!
If you enjoy this copywork, be sure to check out our Script-n-Scribe Americana book, which easily integrates the beauty of art and poetry into a gentle introduction/review of basic English grammar concepts.