Publication Date: September 5, 2023
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Ages 8 to 12, Grades 3 to 7
A Whole World of Art offers an international view of art history through 25 beautifully illustrated scenes of great art and artists at different times and places around the world.
This beautifully illustrated book seeks to tell children the true story of art, in which the rich visual canon from every culture is explored by looking at key works from different times and places.
Even before they could write, people were telling stories with pictures. And though art is universal, the story we know about it is not. Art Decolonized opens your eyes to a global view of art by taking you on a whirlwind tour around the world and through time. With two companions—a boy and a girl—travel through 25 destinations from the history of art, circling the globe.
Each spread shows a stunning, edge-to-edge illustrated scene from art history portraying an artist or artists making important artwork within a detailed background. A paragraph of introductory text and small captions around the page give fascinating details about the artists and the time and place in which they lived. Art project ideas provide inspiration throughout. Visit:Athens, Greece (450 BCE), where you will marvel at the gleaming gold statues and marble architectureThe Ming Dynasty, China (1368–1644), where you will discover intricate designs, drawings, and calligraphy on paper and porcelainBenin City, Africa (1550), where you will meet the brass-casters who create elaborately detailed plaques and ornaments only for the Oba (or king)Coyoacan, Mexico (1907–1954), where you will get to know the painters Frida Kahlo and Diego RiveraWritten by art history teacher Dr. Sarah Phillips, who rewrote and decolonized the A Level syllabus in the UK, and illustrated by talented artist Dion Mehaga Bangun Djayasaputra, this gorgeous book offers a fresh, inclusive view of the history of art.
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