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Credited with bringing the act of finger painting to scholastics as a medium for teaching art as early as 1929, Ruth Faison Shaw remains the initiator of the much adored painting method. Discovered while caring for an injured student, Shaw spread the new technique through her European travels, eventually bringing the progression back to the United States, where it was incorporated into curriculums across the country.