Delicious: The Art and Life of Wayne Thiebaud
One of the giants of American art, Wayne Thiebaud was at first unappreciated because of the everyday subject matter of his paintings. His tasty hot dogs, delectable cakes, dizzy streets, and sleepy deltas have since become icons of twentieth century art. Now young readers have the chance to explore the development of a fascinating artist while delighting in the very child-friendly art that has made him so acclaimed. With her deft touch, critically-acclaimed non-fiction author Susan Rubin tells the story of the man behind the masterpieces.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - GirlwiththeBraids - LibraryThing
Wayne Thiebaud, the highly known painter and cartoonist, shares his life’s work with Author Susan Goldman Rubin so that she may put it in book form. From his childhood to his adulthood to his sons and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - olongbourn - LibraryThing
I can never get enough of Wayne Thiebaud! I know Andy Warhol is popular, but Wayne came first and did "pop" more deliciously! Read full review