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Diane Publishing Books
Philip Yenawine (au)
This is one of a series of books on modern art created to help very young people learn the basic vocabulary used by artists, a sort of ABC of art. This book isolates the element of place to see how places are depicted by artists & how they help to convey meaning in art. It begins with a room created by Roy Lichtenstein. It also includes imaginary & realistic places created by such diverse modern artists as Edward Hopper, Edvard Munch, Ben Shahn, Jacob Lawrence, Natalia Gontcharova, & Gustav Klimt. The brief texts that accompany each picture are designed to initiate discussion. Notes at the back give additional suggestions to help adults look at & talk about art with children.
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