1900-10: New Ways of Seeing

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Gareth Stevens Pub., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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20th Century Art is a fascinating new series that offers an accessible key to the history of modern art and places that art in the context of contemporary political, economic, and social trends. Striking full-color reproductions of the masterpieces of each decade illustrate these clear and authoritative guides, which highlight the maze of revolutionary artists and styles and their social and political backgrounds. Enjoy our new companion series 20th Century Science and Technology (page 4).This volume highlights the pioneers of modernism from Matisse to Picasso and the influence of nineteenth-century masters such as Monet, van Gogh, and Cezanne.

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Contents

CHANGING PERSPECTIVES
1884
EXPRESSIONISM
1891
THE KING OF COLOR 18
1897
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Jackie Gaff has over 20 years' experience in illustrated books for children. Previously a nonfiction editor, she is now a full-time author with a real commitment to, and enthusiasm for, creating books that children both want and are able to read. Gaff is also the author of three other I Wonder Why books: I Wonder Why Fish Grew Legs, I Wonder Why Mountains Have Snow on Top, and I Wonder Why the Sahara Is Cold at Night.

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