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For Children
Author: Rosemary Moore
ISBN: 0750214392
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Hodder Wayland (June 30, 1995)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 815
ePUB size: 1350 kb
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eBook Food In Art (Looking at Art) download

by Rosemary Moore


Illustrated with colour photographs, a title in the new LOOKING AT ART series

Illustrated with colour photographs, a title in the new LOOKING AT ART series. Each title takes a particular theme and looks at how it has been represented in art. Suitable for National Curriculum Art Key Stage 2. Get A Copy.

Illustrated with colour photographs, a title in the new LOOKING AT ART series. ISBN13:9780750214391. Release Date:June 1995.

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'Not just looking at art, but seemingly transformed by their proximity to it, the people in Richard Nagler's nuanced and layered photographs function as role models for how we should consider this beautiful book. '-Thomas Roma, Professor of Art and Photography, Columbia University.

'Not just looking at art, but seemingly transformed by their proximity to it, the people in Richard Nagler's nuanced and layered photographs function as role models for how we should consider this beautiful book. 'Nagler's sophisticated vision and extraordinary ability to be a fly on the wall with his camera always surprise as he joyfully expresses the relationship between creativity and the human condition.

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Looking back, food has always played a role in art: Stone Age cave painters used vegetable juice and animal fats as binding ingredients in their paints, and the Egyptians carved pictographs of crops and bread on hieroglyphic tablets

Looking back, food has always played a role in art: Stone Age cave painters used vegetable juice and animal fats as binding ingredients in their paints, and the Egyptians carved pictographs of crops and bread on hieroglyphic tablets. During the Renaissance, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, a painter for the Habsburg court in Vienna, and later, for the Royal Court in Prague, painted whimsical puzzle-like portraits in which facial features were composed of fruits, vegetables, and flowers

Illustrated with colour photographs, a title in the new LOOKING AT ART series. Each title takes a particular theme and looks at how it has been represented in art. Suitable for National Curriculum Art Key Stage 2.