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Online Art Gallery?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by jen77, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. jen77

    jen77 New commenter

    Happy new year all....
    We're introducing our new topic this week (artists) and we're starting by looking at art galleries.
    I remember stumbling upon a website a while back, where you could look around a gallery, it was in cartoon form but recreated famous paintings...I've googled and tried my usual sites but no joy...
    Does this ring a bell with anyone or does anyone know of anything similar?
    Thanking you!

  2. Cant help with that (tho' it rings a bell), but the children can have a great time with 'Mr Picasso head' if looking at individual artists and can create a gallery ofyour own works (great fun!!)

  3. toty

    toty New commenter

    Happy New Year!
    I have a feeling it might have been the sanford-artedventure site but I can't get into it now.
    Have you tried the topic box site?
  4. jen77

    jen77 New commenter

    Many thanks for both websites - I will be using both, lovely! [​IMG]

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