A Work of Art by Joan Chambers, Molly Hood
  

A Work of Art

Written by Joan Chambers, Molly Hood
Illustrated by Michael Peake
Part of the Belair a World of Display PSHCE Series

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Synopsis

A Work of Art by Joan Chambers, Molly Hood

A Work of Art takes inspiration from the work of 17 famous artists including Botticelli, Da Vinci, Turner, Millais, Monet, Seurat, Van Gogh, Picasso, Magritte and Hockney. Biographical notes are given for each. It covers a wide range of historical periods and artistic styles to encourage discussion, comparison and interpretation by the children. 82 colour photographs of the artists' paintings, children's work and classroom displays provide fantastic inspiration for cross-curricular work and themed classroom displays.

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Format

Paperback
72 pages
Interest Age: 5-11

Author

Joan Chambers, Molly Hood
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Publisher

Belair Publications Ltd an imprint of Folens Publishers UK

Publication date

14th April 1995

ISBN

9780947882587


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