Why Is Art Full Of Naked People?
Informal yet highly informative, this book offers an engaging way for young people to learn about art.
Centred around 22 questions - including the provocative title - Susan Hodge contextualises ideas within art history, successfully conveying the wide-ranging scope of the themes discussed.
“The question bubbles recur throughout the book, encouraging a child to dip in as the mood takes them, and helping them stimulate and support their thinking.” - The Independent.
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
|Dimensions||19.3 x 1.5 x 26.4 cm|
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