M is for Masterpiece: An Art Alphabet (Alphabet Books)
by David Domeniconi Author
(From Amazon): With so many colors to choose from, why did Henri Matisse use only three? How can an artist make a three-dimensional picture on a flat sheet of paper? Why is some Aboriginal art described as x-ray style? "M is for Masterpiece," a comprehensive guide to fine art written for children, provides satisfying answers to such questions and more. From ancient cave paintings to Christo's "Running Fence," a wide vareity of art forms and styles are discussed in details that children will understand and adults will appreciate. "M is for Masterpiece" not only teaches about the great artists and techniques that originated in various parts of the world, but also discusses the elements of painting, art media, and landscapes of the American West. The art of photography and architecture is also covered.
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- Print Status
- In Print
- Sleeping Bear Press
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