Exploring World Art by Andrea P.A. Belloli
  

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Exploring World Art by Andrea P.A. Belloli

An eye-opening introduction to the wonders of world art. The artefacts are organized and explored in five themes: time and space, other worlds, people's lives, fantasy and history, and the natural world. In this tour of art from prehistoric times up to the present day, Andrea Belloli explores how each treasure was made, who created and used it, and what it tells us about the culture from which it sprang.

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This book is highly recommended for all art teachers. www.writeaway.org.uk

About the Author

Andrea Belloli has worked extensively throughout Europe and the US as a consultant art-historian, editor and writer. She specialises in the creation of illustrated books and museum catalogues. As Editor-in-Chief for the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, Andrea was involved in the transformation of the museum's tiny publishing programme into a professional operation. Her award-winning Make Your Own Museum was included in the Independent on Sunday Best Children's Books of 1994. She has edited more than 30 books for German publisher Prestel-Verlag, and now lives in Dulwich in London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages
Interest Age: From 9 To 12

Author

Andrea P.A. Belloli
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

6th September 2001

ISBN

9780711218956


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