other paintings

Here are some Waldorf student paintings 
that display more control 
than is possible in wet-on-wet work 
using only wide brushes. 
All of these were created by a single, talented student, 
but they are representative of 
a distinctive Waldorf style. 
The content is also significant. 
Many of these images represent the relationship 
of the small to the large — what Steiner often called 
the relationship between microcosm and macrocosm. 
Like the drawings done by Waldorf students, 
the paintings are often copies of 
work created by the teachers. 

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ILLUSTRATIONS: Some of the illustrations used on this site are summarized on these pages:

     Rudolf Steiner : portraits

     Gallery : some of his work

     Through His Eyes : Steiner's visions

     Manifestations : a quick overview of Anthroposophy and Waldorf schooling
     Stages : our evolution

     Anthro Art : typical productions
     Confirmation? : the subject is sources

     Wet-on-Wet :  talismanic Waldorf paintings

     Other Paintings

     Drawings : characteristic Waldorf colored-pencil work

     Abstracts : representational nonrepresentational art

     Alma Mater : the Waldorf School of Adelphi College (later University)

     Thumbnails : page decorations