Do You See What I See? The Art of Illusion by Angela Wenzel
  

Do You See What I See? The Art of Illusion

Written by Angela Wenzel
Illustrated by
Part of the Adventures in Art Series

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Synopsis

Do You See What I See? The Art of Illusion by Angela Wenzel

A journey into the world of optical illusion. It invites children to solve mysteries, puzzles and visual mazes, and reveals how artists from the Renaissance to the present day bewilder and enchant us. There are illustrations and explanatory diagrams, showing how artists including Raphael, Magritte, Escher and Bridget Riley are able to trick the eye through the use of perspective, line and colour.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
30 pages

Author

Angela Wenzel
More books by Angela Wenzel

Publisher

Prestel

Publication date

3rd August 2001

ISBN

9783791324883


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