Myths and Legends

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Crabtree Pub., 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The Artists' Workshop Series combines lively information about artists and their techniques with unusual projects, illustrated with original children's artwork, commissioned especially for this series. Spectacular photos and illustrations help give children a vivid and active introduction to art.Features
-- two-page spreads show the art and techniques of particular artists or styles
-- two-page spreads follow showing children how to use the same techniques in their own art
-- step-by-step instructions, illustrated with children's artwork
-- a special section gives more information about the artist or style
-- all projects developed in workshops for children 7-11 years oldWorks of art detailing the myths and legends of King Arthur, Alexander the Great, and Sinbad the sailor inspire fascinating activities for children.
-- sacred Cheyenne Earth Diver shield
-- a stained-glass panel from the legend of King Arthur
-- dazzling dragon sculpture
-- voyages in art and waxy water scenes
-- Valentine cards

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