Education & Games

Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806), woodblock print
Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806), woodblock print
Robert Kammerer, Père Fritsch (reading the newspaper), oil painting, 1877, Musee des Amis de Thann, Thann, France, photo by Serge Holl
Robert Kammerer, Père Fritsch (reading the newspaper), oil painting, 1877, Musee des Amis de Thann, Thann, France, photo by Serge Holl
Wood Carving in recognition to the canon Eugène Muller, early 20th c, St Theobald Collegiate Church, Thann, France, photo by Serge Holl
Wood Carving in recognition to the canon Eugène Muller, early 20th c, St Theobald Collegiate Church, Thann, France, photo by Serge Holl
George Woodward (1760-1809), Caricature Curiosity II, London: William Holland, 1806, reproduction of hand-colored etching, Prints and Photographs Division, Smithsonian, seen at the Swann Gallery, Library of Congress.
George Woodward (1760-1809), Caricature Curiosity II, London: William Holland, 1806, reproduction of hand-colored etching, Prints and Photographs Division, Smithsonian, seen at the Swann Gallery, Library of Congress.
Painting of Sigmund Freud, by Melissa Parent, 2010
Painting of Sigmund Freud, by Melissa Parent, 2010

This is possibly the best section of the website because it was the most fun to create. It is for teachers and students, although antique dealers and novice collectors may also enjoy some of these challenging games. Once an individual has reviewed some of the earlier web pages, including the History and the Honor Roll, he or she can try to complete a few of the educational games below.

Good Luck! Always Enjoy Learning! And Have Fun!

Educational Tools


Educational Games


Visual Games


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