A fun and educational book that explains to a child audience the reason for many curious questions that they ask themselves when they see a work of art.
Editorial Librooks / 2016
19,1 x 26,2 cm
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Susie Hodge, artist and art historian, presents this magnificent book to clear multiple doubts that may arise about the art world. Where do artists get their ideas from? Why is art so expensive? Why is that piece of work stained? Or, the one chosen for the title, why is art full of naked people?
All these interesting questions, and many more, arising from the curious minds of children serve as an excuse for the author to tell us about authors, works, concepts, forms, emotions and even fakes.
With a simple and fun language, the author provides many examples with images of works of art, from cave paintings to contemporary art, through all the most representative styles and artistic movements. He tells us details and anecdotes that bring this fascinating audience closer to the world of art, artists, the creative process and museums.