The Art Book For Children (Hardback)
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Short Description for The Art Book For Children This children's edition of Phaidon's 'The Art Book', presents 30 of the most significant artists and engaging works of art from all periods - each artist featured on a double-page spread - in A-Z sequence.
- Published: 01 October 2005
- Format: Hardback 72 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780714845111 ISBN 10: 0714845116
- Sales rank: 6,260
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Full description for The Art Book For Children
This edition of The Art Book presents a new way of looking at art with children. It's an A - Z guide to thirty of the most engaging artists and one of their most famous works of art. Designed for both adult and child to enjoy together, the book encourages children to learn to look, and to imagine why artists choose to create art in the way that they do. Accessible and educational The Art Book, Children's Edition is fun and easy to use. A perfect introduction to art for children everywhere. From Leonardo's iconic Mona Lisa to Andy Warhol's equally iconic Marilyn and from Jeff Koons' exuberant, flower-encrusted Puppy to Grant Wood's severe American Gothic, 30 works appearing in the original Art Book have been selected for The Art Book Children's Edition for their significance in art history as well as their appeal to children. The giants of art history such as Van Gogh, Matisse, Rembrandt, Turner and Velazquez are all here, but the Children's Edition also offers its readers an introduction to challenging, recent artists including Cindy Sherman and Donald Judd. The Art Book, Children's Edition makes this broad, exciting selection of 30 key works across the history of art clear and accessible to children from age seven and upwards, but will be of interest to readers of all ages.