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Colour in art - Elizabeth Newbery

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Title
Colour in art
Author
Elizabeth Newbery
format
Hardback
Publisher
Belitha
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20010803

Art is all around us - not simply as paintings on a gallery wall! Rather than study classic works of art and techniques, the new Art for All series starts at the beginning by asking the basic questions like, 'Why do we do it?' and 'How is it important?' Each book discusses one important aspect of art in a surprising and challenging way. In Colour in Art, the reader will observe such things as the use of light and tone in art. Why Make Art? lifts the lid on the wide world of visual images, from Greek urns to graffiti, exploring why we need art and how it makes us feel. Art can exist for any number of reasons from telling a story to celebrating a god. Packed full of challenging, illustrative examples of art in our lives - not paintings on museum walls, but examples like comic books, henna-painted hands and clothing. Contains a detailed and fascinating introduction to explore the central purpose of the book and to set the scene, as well as short biographies of the artists used as examples in the book. Brilliant for the study of personal and social education as well as for art students. Captivating full colour artwork and photographs illustrate the points made in each book.;Includes a table of contents, glossary and an index.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Color in art - Juvenile literature.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
32

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