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No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist
de Bob Raczka
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This book is a good book because it teaches the reader about incredibly important artists from history and what they "saw" and showed in their paintings and drawings. This book could be used to discuss art history and how it has changed throughout the years, and it could also be used to discuss important famous artists and their impact on the arts through the years.
using pictures from famous artists like Vincent van Gogh to express that anyone can see the world in their own way.
For beginners and their parents/ babysitters. Not just art appreciation, but as the last page makes clear, it's also meant to help us understand that anyone can create art, because everyone sees the world in their own way and so has something to share. I especially appreciated No one saw music like Marc Chagall.""
There isn't a whole lot to this book but we enjoyed flipping through the pictures.
The genre of this book is informational. For every famous artist mentioned in the book, the author wrote, "No one saw ___ like ____ did." This book tells of very well-known artists, and what their most famous subjects were for their pieces. Artists such as van Gogh, Degas, and O'Keeffe are mentioned. It stresses how no one saw different things like these artists did. At the end of the book, it encourages the reader to look at things like nobody else does. I would use this book as a first place discussion to begin art lessons, and to get kids' minds flowing creatively.
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With a simple, rhyming text and beautifully reproduced paintings, No One Saw explores modern art. Each painting highlights the way in which the artist looked at the world in his or her own way. One look at the oversized details of her calla lilies convinces us hat no one saw flowers like Georgia O'Keeffe. A city becomes art when looked at by Kandinsky. And Miró shows us the flight of a bird like we've never seen it before. The message is a clear one: no two people see the world in exactly the same way. There is beauty waiting to be seen and shared by you, so be creative and, more important, be yourself!
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)759.06 — The arts Painting History, geographic treatment, biography History 1900-1999
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