The Art Book for Children - Book Two
Why are none of the students in Raphael's school paying attention?Who made a doodle into a masterpiece?How do you paint speed?Can collecting things be art?What kind of sculpture is supposed to disappear?Can you trust a painting?How would you make a self-portrait of yourself?Can you paint music?Following the international success of THE ART BOOK FOR CHILDREN (BOOK ONE), this second volume will continue to expand the minds and creativity of children aged from seven to eleven.Thirty new artists and key examples of their works have been selected to encourage children to ask why the artists do what they do.Both volumes of THE ART BOOK FOR CHILDREN are fun for young readers, ideal tools for teachers and parents, and perfect introductions for all those approaching art for the first time.
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