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Impressionism By Florian Heine

Impressionism by Florian Heine

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Presenting a variety of impressionist art, this inviting book shows young readers how painters from Claude Monet to John Singer Sargent introduced impressionist styles of painting and so changed the course of art.

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Impressionism: 13 Artists Children Should Know by Florian Heine

In this beautifully produced volume, young readers are given the opportunity to study masterpieces of Impressionist work in great detail. From Monet's Impression, Sunrise, which is attributed to starting the movement, to Seurat's pointillist masterpiece, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, each painting is reproduced on its own page with descriptive texts, biographical details of the artist, and entertaining facts. Along the way readers will learn the historic context of these paintings as well as a variety of artistic terms. The book also offers playful suggestions for creating Impressionist art at home or school as well as ideas that will help young readers appreciate why the Impressionist style was at once revolutionary and timeless.

About Florian Heine

Florian Heine is a freelance photographer, art historian, and author. He lives in Munich. He is the author of 13 Painters Children Should Know, 13 Art Inventions Children Should Know, and 13 Architects Children Should Know (all by Prestel).

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NGR9783791372068
9783791372068
3791372068
Impressionism: 13 Artists Children Should Know by Florian Heine
New
Hardback
Prestel
2015-02-24
48
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