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The chance to view such works is not only fascinating for adults, but also serves as an educational experience for children, especially if they enter the gallery with little prior artistic knowledge.

For the benefit of those who might want to explore this worthy venture with their children, I’ve compiled a list of art terms — courtesy of LPL teen coordinator Megan Davenport — that young people can use to identify types and aspects of art.

• Portrait — This type of painting or photograph has the likeness of a person and generally shows the face;

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