At this time we do not offer snail mail delivery of our Page Packs.
If you don't send Page Packs in the mail, why do you collect my address?
We need your address for billing purposes. Also, if we visit the Louvre, we might want to send you a postcard. We pinky promise not to give your address to anyone else.
How many copies can I print?
Once purchased, you can print the Page Pack as many times as you’d like for your personal, non-commercial use.
I have more than one child in my household. Do I need a subscription to Page for each child?
No, one membership subscription per household is fine! Page Packs can be printed seven times for one child, or seven times for seven children. In other words, once downloaded, print to your heart's content (for personal, non-commercial use, of course!).
I'm a teacher. Can I subscribe and share my Page Pack with my students?
Absolutely! The Page Pack can be printed as many times as you wish for use in your classroom. However, your individual license is non-transferable and may not be used by another educator. Please do not share the Page Packs or your login with another friend or colleague. For a school-wide license, please email us at [email protected]
Thank you for bringing Art History to your classroom. We'd love to see what your students create!
What type of paper should I use?
Our Page Pack is formatted to print on 8.5 x 11 inch / A4 paper. We love to print on cardstock, but regular printer paper works just fine, too. Check your printer's manual for the maximum paper thickness that can be handled by your machine.
What supplies do we need?
A pack of crayons or colored pencils will do the trick! Our color palettes consider colors from Crayola and Prismacolor, but any crayons or colored pencils will work! In addition to the coloring pages, we share optional projects that require basic art supplies such as scissors, watercolors, colored paper, inexpensive paints and paint brushes.
Can you make one little thing different on the Page Pack?
Other than to correct an error, probably not. However if you are an institution interested in co-branding opportunities, you can contact us at [email protected]
Can I get a refund?
We're so sorry you are unhappy! Please contact us at [email protected] and we'll sort things out.
Wait. Doesn't Art History have a lot of nudes? Is this appropriate for kids?
There's a fair amount of nudity in Art History. While we have strategically used text boxes and design tools to cover the most exposed parts, we ask that grownups review each pack before distributing to minors.
To start an age-appropriate conversation, here are some resources:
In addition, individual Pages can be removed after printing.
Does Art History have a lot of religious imagery?
During certain periods in history, artists focused on religious symbolism and iconography. We ask that grownups review each Page Pack before distributing to minors. Individual Pages can easily be removed after printing.
Where do the coloring pages come from?
Unless otherwise indicated on the coloring page, each coloring page was hand illustrated by Jenna Hartzell of Honey Jo Creative Co. (co-founder of Page of Art History).
I am an illustrator! Can we collaborate?
We'd love to hear from professional, established illustrators. Send an email to [email protected]!
Are you decolonizing the Western Canon?
It's on our radar. If you have an artist or artwork that you would like included in a future Page Pack, please reach out.
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