No One Saw
Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist
"No one saw mothers like Mary Cassatt. No one saw Sunday like Georges Seurat... Artists express their own point of view. And nobody sees the world like you."
This accessible introduction to 16 modern artists and their signature paintings shows children how every person's artwork (including the child's own!) expresses a unique way of seeing the world.
Biographical endnotes reveal how the artists' ways of expressing themselves on canvas changed the world of art. For example, Marc Chagall "...didn't care if the sizes of things in his paintings were unrealistic... Because of this, Marc's style is related to surrealism, which means beyond reality."
Paperback, 32 pages. Ages 4 - 7.
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