Here's Looking at Me: How Artists See Themselves
Bob Raczka introduces young readers to 14 famous artists who have made self-portraits, that all have very different syles and settings. As readers browse through this unique collection, they quickly discover that there is no right way or wrong way to make a picture of themselves.
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Review: Here's Looking at Me: How Artists See Themselves (Bob Raczka's Art Adventures)User Review - Benjamin N. - Goodreads
The book Here's Looking At Me:How Artists See Themselfs was a very informative book about artists and how they view themselves and their work. It also showed a self portrait of each artist in the book ... Read full review
Review: Here's Looking at Me: How Artists See Themselves (Bob Raczka's Art Adventures)User Review - Janet - Goodreads
This title by Raczka was not as creative as some of his other ones. Several of the artists were obscure. I did like the commentary on Norman Rockwell's self portrait which includes self portraits of four other artists who were favorites of Rockwell's. Read full review