Introduces readers to major movements in art history, from Romanesque to pop art, and includes visual spreads, detailed descriptions, and a timeline that places key artworks in their historical contexts.
Contains illustrated, step-by-step instructions for drawing a submarine, a fighter jet, a speedboat, a tugboat, a 747, a biplane, a helicopter, and a pirate ship, each with a description; and includes tips on adding details.
"The first two volumes in a relaunch of the best-selling series that encourages children to learn about the world by looking at art, and about art by looking at the world How Artists See is a series of interactive, inquiry-based books designed to teach children the art of observation and increase their visual literacy. Each volume presents eighteen diverse works of art, all devoted to a subject that kids know from personal experience. Author Colleen...
This will teach your child about colors, textures, mediums and more. Helps stimulate cognitive development and is created to give your child a jump-start on learning and provides a solid foundation in early education. Finger painting, sculpture, and classic art images are combined with fun music.
Invites the reader to take a closer look at art work while pointing out tiny details hidden in famous works of art, providing information about a work or an artist, or explaining the techniques used to create the piece.
Presents 24 creative projects inspired by works from famous artists who include James McNeill Whistler, Henri Matisse, Albrecht Dürer, and many others. An introduction to parents and teachers advises on how to use these books with children, and emphasizes that no prior knowledge of the subject is needed.
This beautifully illustrated art activity book introduces children to artwork by major painters of different eras, while also encouraging boys and girls to stretch their imaginations and enjoy the unique experience of creating original artwork of their own.
Inspired by the authors' experiences of looking at and making art with kids and families at the Museum of Modern Art, and designed to get both children and adults to start thinking like artists, this volume presents an array of projects that use easy-to-find materials and encourage hours of imaging, designing, experimenting, constructing, creating, tinkering, and play.
Invites the reader to search for tiny details hidden in famous works of art, providing information about each painting, the techniques used to create them, and how the artists and movements helped art to develop through the ages. Answer key features lift-up flaps.
Takes a behind-the-scenes look at the life of an artist. Discusses the tools and materials an artist works with, where art can be seen, and how artists make a living. Includes an interview with an artist, a glossary of terms, and further resources.