13 Women Artists Children Should Know (HB)
Part of the highly successful ‘Children Should Know Series’ from Prestel, this book offers a young audience an introduction into some of the most important women artists to have graced art history.
Through colourful spreads featuring beautiful reproductions of important works as well as portraits of the artists themselves, young readers will learn about how Sofonisba Anguissola’s mastered the art portraiture in the Spanish court; how Maria Sybilla Merian advanced the study of nature in the 17th Century; and how Mary Cassatt’s paintings put the lives of women at the forefront of Post-Impressionism. Readers will further be introduced to more modern and contemporary artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo’s exploration of her body and dreams, Louise Bourgeois’s Spiders and Cindy Sherman’s questions of feminine identity.
This book will inform readers and engage them through puzzles and games and fun quizzes while exciting their interest in the trailblazing women who have made their mark on the world of art history.
|Dimensions||24.0 x 28.0 cm|
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