Looking Through A Child's Eyes
December 20, 2002 10:14 PM   Subscribe

Looking Through a Child's Eyes. The historical children's art collection at the very well maintained Papa Ink : the International Gallery of Children's Art features child drawings from many relevant events. Some of particular interest are Witness to Genocide: Children of Rwanda, holocaust drawings from the Jewish Ghetto in Terezin, treatment of women under the Taliban in Afganistan, and remnants from medieval Russia from a boy named Onfim.
posted by Stan Chin (7 comments total)

 

Being a total cynic here, but how easy would it be to make all this up?

"Academics" have committed much more elaborate and devious frauds in the past.

Bell Labs, Hitler Diaries, Binjamin Wilkomirski, Jack the Ripper Diary. You name it.

Like I said, just being cynical. Not saying it ain't so.
posted by uncanny hengeman at 12:22 AM on December 21, 2002


Damn, that is cynical...

But fraud or not, Onfim's pictures are cool...
posted by Katemonkey at 1:34 AM on December 21, 2002


Stan comes through with boss links again! Many thanks.
posted by hama7 at 2:29 AM on December 21, 2002


They still draw pictures, drawings by children during the Spanish Civil War.
posted by Zootoon at 6:20 AM on December 21, 2002


Great link Stan, thanks!
posted by RunsWithBandageScissors at 6:38 AM on December 21, 2002


This is a great link.... and perhaps I wasn't supposed to giggle, but I did...I couldn't help it. Some of this stuff is really funny. Especially this one, this one, , and this one.
posted by bradth27 at 7:06 AM on December 21, 2002


(Obligatory link to I am better than your kids)
posted by skryche at 10:02 AM on December 21, 2002


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