Splat! by Mary Richards Summary Ý 107

Summary Splat! by Mary Richards

Splat! by Mary Richards Summary Ý 107 ✓ Splat is the history of art at its most exciting and outrageous Organized by artist and covering both key events and major movements such as the Renaissance and Impressionism to Surrealism and contemporary art it is a valuable resource for young people curious about artEach artist is introduced with buSplat is the history of art at its most exciting and outrageous Organized by artist and covering both key events and major movements such as the Renaissance and Impressionism to Surrealism and contemporary art it is a valuable resource for young people curious about artEach artist is introduced with bulleted facts including their c. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the variety of artists and art it spoke about I believe that children would not only gain a plethora of information from this book but they will be entertained while they are reading I appreciated how each section spoke of a different artist and style of art; it gave a variety of details regarding both I would absolutely recommend this book to children who are interested in learning about artists and different styles of art; this would also be a great resource for children to use when they are doing a school project

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Ountry of origin most famous works the greatest challenges they faced in creating their art background information the movement they belonged to and techniues they employed This overview is expanded with further insight into who these artists were and how they changed the course of art Here are Michelangelo and the High Renaissance. Not to get all number y on ya but of the twenty artists featured in this gorgeously printed well laid out book exactly one is nonwestern only one worked primarily as a sculptor rather than a painter only two are women and exactly ZERO have brown skin and don't say Frida Kahlo at me no you don't get a two fer and she was largely if not totally of European descent DO BETTER

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Splat! by Mary Richar; Bruegel and his paintings of everyday peasant life; Manet and the shock of Impressionism; and Duchamp and the Dada revolution Children can also read the real life stories of artists such as Caravaggio Jan Vermeer Henri Rousseau Vincent van Gogh Wassily Kandinsky and Frida Kahlo who dared to imagine new ways of depicting the world. This is one of the best resources I’ve come across for teaching the basics of art and art history to elementary students I wish this came as part of a series