A home

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Putnam, 1974 - Art - 31 pages
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Sixteen of Larsson's watercolors of his home and family are accompanied by text explaining the pictures and something of the life of this great Swedish artist.

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Review: A Home: Paintings from a Bygone Age

User Review  - Faith Hough - Goodreads

I love this book so much...Carl Larsson's gorgeous paintings and a child-friendly explanation of home life. Of course, it makes me wish I had paintings on all my doors and walls, and feel like a slacker for not weaving any tablecloths of our own! Read full review


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Carl Larson, Ph.D., is Professor of Human Communication and past dean of Social Sciences at the University of Denver. His most recent work includes "When Teams Work Best" (Sage 2001), "Successful Communication and Negotiation", and "Collaborative Leadership: How Citizens and Civic Leaders Can Make a Difference". Larson consults in both the public and private sector. He received the Driscoll Master Educator Award given by the students at the University of Denver to the university's outstanding professor.

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