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How to talk to children about world art

Author: Isabelle Glorieux-Desouche
Publisher: London : Frances Lincoln, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written in everyday language for people with no art expertise or teaching experience, the book includes maps, color-coding, and thumbnail images to help readers situate each featured work of art. The explanations also include guidance on what's most appropriate for what age, from four to 14. There are invaluable tips for planning a visit to a museum, a thorough discussion of modern Western perceptions of world art,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isabelle Glorieux-Desouche
ISBN: 9780711230910 0711230919
OCLC Number: 759905582
Notes: First published in French in 2006.
Description: 176 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Isabelle Glorieux-Desouche.

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Written in everyday language for people with no art expertise or teaching experience, the book includes maps, color-coding, and thumbnail images to help readers situate each featured work of art. The explanations also include guidance on what's most appropriate for what age, from four to 14. There are invaluable tips for planning a visit to a museum, a thorough discussion of modern Western perceptions of world art, and help with the tricky terminology associated with this subject.

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