A Splash of Red, The Life and Art of Horace Pippin - Guided Reading
Horace Pippin was an American master, (self taught). This title did not
come easily. Horace always loved to draw, and was recognized by his
classmates and peers for his wonderfully detailed drawings. When Horace
was wounded in the arm during the war, his painting came to a halt. With a
growth mindset and perseverance, Horace began to paint by using his good
hand to hold his drawing hand. His artwork is now hanging up in museums
all over the United States.

This guided reading packet helps students understand not only about the life
of Horace Pippin, but about the traits that fit the Growth Mindset to become
a “master.”
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Created: Dec 6, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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