This series uses a variety of artifacts and clear, simple text to explore a wide range of subjects in the real world. Each volume is lavishly illustrated, featuring some of the most respected and beloved masterpieces in the art world, as well as less known but equally exciting material that has unique relevance to the subject of the book. From faces to figures, food, and houses, this new series combines the most fascinating forms of artistic representation with text that is informative, illuminating, and guaranteed to spark young readers' interest in the arts and in the real-life events that nourish the creative spirit.
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Book Description Gareth Stevens Publishing, Milwaukee (WI), 2005. Book Condition: NUOVO. Translated from German by Erika Pauli. cm.17x24, pp.32, interamente illustrato a colori, Coll.What Makes a Masterpiece? Milwaukee (WI), Gareth Stevens Publishing 2005, cm.17x24, pp.32, interamente illustrato a colori, leg.ed.cartonata, cop.fig.a colori. Coll.What Makes a Masterpiece? leg.ed.cartonata, cop.fig.a colori. Bookseller Inventory # 227082