FREE READ î The Yellow House: Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin Side by Side

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FREE READ î The Yellow House: Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin Side by Side ´ Beginning with their ambition to found an artists' colony and ending with each artist going his own way this is the story of how during autumn 1888 Van Gogh and Gauguin came to live together for two months in Arles in the southOry of how during autumn 1888 Van Gogh and Gauguin came to live together for two months in Arles in the south of Franc. Review by Cedric age 7That was pretty interesting Paul is like me; he likes red and take his time Vincent isn't like me; he uses lots of paint and rushes his painting I liked Vincent's paintings because they are bright and look like nature Paul has a lot of naked people which I don't like I was surprised because everything wasn't perfect on people's clothes stuff was sticking out and the colors didn't look right all the time But I liked learning about the artists

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E It is not only the story of their friendship it is also about how artists generate and share ideas and how they work. This is the third or fourth book I have read now by Susan Goldman Rubin and I appreciate her biographical picture books for 2nd to 5th graders It is not easy to find the right balance of information to put into 40 pages and geared at diverse reading levels but she does an admirable job In this book she looks at the friendship and artwork of Paul Gauguin and Vincent Van Gogh

FREE READ The Yellow House: Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin Side by Side

The Yellow House Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin Side by SideBeginning with their ambition to found an artists' colony and ending with each artist going his own way this is the st. I like the simplicity of this book There is enough biography here to make it relevant but it’s still interesting for children who understand about friendship The comparison in styles of art and personality was well done A good book for kids about Gauguin who later paints things that might be above the maturity level of elementary kids I’d say this book works for k 6 Short enough for reading aloud with many samples of the painter’s works