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Read º Childrens Book of Art 105 ☆ This engaging guide takes children on an international tour of the world's greatest art from the first daubs of paint in prehistoric caves to today's performance art It includes all of the important art movements from Renaissance to Rococo as well as the great painters from all these eras However the approach is E art It includes all of the important art movements from Renaissance to Rococo as well as the great painters from all these eras However the approach is to loo. I like this book because it tells you paintings that artists made and my favorite thing is The little dancer made byEdgar Degas And the sunflowers painted byVincent Van Goghthe Japanese bridge painted byClaude Monetand Mona Lisa painted byLeonardo Da Vinci I learned that art isn’t just for art lovers and it’s not just an image And how old are these paintingsActually they’re than 1’000 years old

Deborah Lock Ò 5 Summary

K at art as an international exchange of ideas not a straight history of western art The book includes art from all countries from aboriginal art to totem poles. Children's Book of Art presents an introduction to art featuring artists art pieces and techniues Young and old readers alike are taken on a tour of art world starting with some early cave paintings followed by the old masters and finally on to modern pieces I loved this book The format is similar in format and style to Children's Book of Music my review except with art instead of music Both books are eually entertaining This book is divided into 3 sections Early Art Modern Art and Sculpture It has large photographs and easy to read descriptive text I loved that the featured paintings were explained and labelled There are lots of little sidebars directing the reader to try something they've just read about For example Vincent van Gogh painted himself than 30 times That page tells the reader to try a portrait of your own There are so many wonderful things in this book that at times I had a hard time getting through it I kept getting inspired by the pieces or techniues I wanted to try everything There are four types of pages in the book that take the readers through the art world These pages are Artist or Sculptor profile How did they do that Gallery Art Style Each artist or sculptor profile featured a timeline of their life as well as a list of artistic influences Some of the artists were well known to me like da Vinci Matisse and Picasso I liked reading the information and seeing their work There were other artists that were lesser known but eually interesting These included Austrian born abstract artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser page 100 101 Nope I didn't make that name up and Damien Hirst page 132 133 The pages 108 109 featuring China's terracotta warriors were amazing The pages titled How did they do that were my favourites They contained lots of information about techniues and materials used by the artists For instance six hundred years ago artists had to mix up their own colours It was interesting to see how they did it and where the colours came from page 28 29 The most expensive colour Ultramarine Other pages included instructions on how to use oil paints and water colours as well as how to sculpt marble and much much The instructions were rudimentary of course but they still gave me an idea of what's involved in the art I also loved the pages on making mosaics and land art page 128 129 which was awe inspiring The gallery pages showed works of art with common themes I found these very interesting and loved the subject matters presented It was like visiting an art exhibit at a gallery Many different styles were featured on the Art Style pages Some of these include Dreamtime art Australian Renaissance Baroue Impressionism Surrealism Street Art Modern Art and different kinds of sculpture African abstract I loved the stories told on these pages and loved learning about the artists who produced pieces during these periods or in this style The table of contents was pretty good as it listed the sections of the book as well as subjects in each of the sections The glossary was nicely laid out with clear concise definitions for terms used in art Unfortunately the book does not have an all encompassing index It did however have a listing of the artists featured in the book Highly recommended For information about this book please visit DK's websiteI'd like to thank Chris at DK Canada for this review copy Children's Book of Art by DK Publishing Dorling Kindersley DK ©2009 ISBN 9780756655112Hardcover 141pThis review is also available on my blog Daisy's Book Journal

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Childrens Book of ArtThis engaging guide takes children on an international tour of the world's greatest art from the first daubs of paint in prehistoric caves to today's performanc. Wow in a word BrilliantI have just finished reading this Children's Book of Art Dk and I have to say I'm very impressed DK have really outdone themselves here The information is set out in the usual clear easy to understand format that we all know and love however on this occasion they have excelled at presenting a concise reference book about Art especially for children although I must admit I thoroughly enjoyed the book myselfThe book is a non fictonal easy read and the painters paintings and sculptures they have included will be uite familiar along with a few lesser or unknown Artist's all with interesting facts and opening uestions about the whole process of Art and the uestions of what Art really isThe Paintings and Sculptures featured are displayed in a Large Format on full pages this allows children to explore the details of some of the Artwork almost as good as seeing them in personwell not uite but still very good uite a few have notations indicating the size of the Artwork which is really helpful in gaining perspectiveI highly recommend this DK Children's Book of Art for any child's home collection whether as a home school resource or an interest book to explore the world of Art