|Title:||Where in the World?: Around the Globe in 13 Works of Art (Bob Raczka's Art Adventures)|
|Format:||mbr mobi lit lrf|
|ePUB size:||1713 kb|
|FB2 size:||1399 kb|
|DJVU size:||1650 kb|
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||First Avenue Editions; Reprint edition (February 1, 2008)|
In the voice of a gallery tour guide, Raczka introduces 13 famous works of art from across the world. The tour takes readers through different places and times as well as art forms. Included are spreads featuring Diego Rivera in Mexico, Ansel Adams in the . and Gustave Caillebotte in Paris . Great little book of world art. I used it as a basis for a 12-week course in art around the world.
Another of Raczka's unique perspective art books imed at young peopple, but full of info for adults as well. This one is 13 paintings depicting international scenes, some are well known artists, others are lesser known. This is an interesting book, showing 13 works of art from around the world. The author did not choose well known art, instead selecting interesting works that must have appealed to him. There is a page of text about each work of art and the artist who created it.
Around the Globe in 13 Works of Art (Bob Raczka's Art Adventures). ISBN13: 9780822563723. Where in the World? : Around the Globe in Thirteen Works of Art. by Bob Raczka. As a homeschooling mom using the Charlotte Mason approach to learning, I was THRILLED to get my hands on this book. The way that the author incorporates geographical locations, time periods, and information about the artwork and artists themselves it incredibly educational, and in an exciting way. My five year old is in love with this book and can't wait every night to 'travel' to the next location and read about that piece of artwork. I have to say that I'm a big fan already and this is my first book to read by this author. I highly recommend this book and can't wait.
With this book, Bob Raczka takes us all on a "world tour. But instead of traveling by plane or boat, the vehicle of choice is wonderfully selected works of art. With 13 pieces-covering six of the seven continents and a variety of time periods-Raczka reveals interesting details that provide insight into the countries and cultures depicted. So join Bob Raczka and see the world. Library descriptions.
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In the book Raczka encourages children to experience a work of art with all their senses, thereby gaining exposure to the many dimensions of creativity contained in a single work. He also pairs brief biographies of the artists with each work discussed, to provide a fuller context for study. In Where in the World?: Around the Globe in Thirteen Works of Art, Raczka introduces readers to Japanese artist Hokusai's prints of Mt. Fuji, French artist Paul Gaugin's paintings of Tahiti, and American photographer Ansel Adams's studies of Mt. McKinley.