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Walter Crane
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"Children, like the ancient Egyptians, appear to see most things in profile, and like definite statements in design. They prefer well-defined forms and bright, frank color. They don't want to bother about three dimensions. They can accept symbolic representations. They themselves employ drawing... as a kind of picture-writing, and eagerly follow a pictured story."
 
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