A Shakespeare Sketchbook

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Greenwich Workshop Press, 2001 - Art - 112 pages
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The Bard's material is pure fodder for Christensen's irrepressible imagination as he paints and sketches queens, kings, knaves, and clowns--at least one character from each of the plays that appear across these pages. 60 illustrations.

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A Shakespeare Sketchbook

User Review  - less4more - Overstock.com

If you are interested in Shakespeare and art this is the book for you. I purchased this book for my daughter who is an actor and in many Shakespeare plays. This book not only has the description of ... Read full review

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User Review  - coresonk - LibraryThing

THis wonderful book is filled with information about The Bard and his works. It explains what a soliloquy is and has many other fun tidbits strewn throughout. Each page has a short summary of a play with lovely illustrations that help tell the stories. A great first introduction to Shakespeare. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Renwick St. James has created illustrations, poetry and stories that have delighted her growing legion of fans. Her first collaboration with James Christensen was A Journey of the Imagination.

James C. Christensen, nicknamed the "Professor of the Imagination," lectures widely on art and creativity, from MBA programs to state art education conferences. The winner of multiple awards from the World Science Fiction Convention and the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists, he is the subject of five previous books including Voyage of the Basset and The Art of James C. Christensen: A Journey of the Imagination. He lives in Orem, Utah.

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