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Andy Warhol : Paintings for children by Silvia Neysters
The blue rider : the yellow cow sees the world in blue by Doris Kutschbach
Can you spot the leopard? : African masks by Christine Stelzig
Claude Monet: The magician of colour by Stephan Koja
A day with Picasso by Susanne Pfleger
Do you see what I see? : the art of illusion by Angela Wenzel
Dreaming pictures : Paul Klee by Paul Klee
The duke and the peasant: Life in the Middle Ages by Sister Wendy Beckett
Edgar Degas : Dance like a butterfly by Angela Wenzel
Edward Hopper : Summer at the seashore by Deborah Lyons
Frida Kahlo : The artist in the blue house by Magdalena Holzhey
Georgia O'keeffe: The Artist in the Desert (Adventures in Art) by Britta Benke
Grant Wood: The artist in the hayloft by Deba Foxley Leach
Gustav Klimt : A painted fairy tale by Stephan Koja
Gustav Klimt : Silver, gold, and precious stones by Angela Wenzel
Hello, Fruit Face! : The paintings of Giuseppe Arcimboldo by Claudia Strand
Henri Rousseau : A jungle expedition by Susanne Pfleger
Henri Rousseau's Jungle Book by Doris Kutschbach
How Noah saved the animals : scenes from the Old Testament by Hildegard Kretschmer
Joseph Cornell : Secrets in a box by Alison Baverstock
Journey to Native America by Kurt Haderer
Keith Haring : I wish I didn't have to sleep by Gerdt Fehrle
Leonardo da Vinci : Dreams, schemes and flying machines by Heinz Kähne
The mad, mad, mad world of Salvador Dali by Angela Wenzel
Marc Chagall : life is a dream by Brigitta Höpler
Marc Chagall : What colour is paradise? by Marc Chagall
Matisse : cut-out fun with Matisse by Max Hollein
Mind-boggling mazes and loopy labyrinths by Klaus Eid
Niki's World : Niki de Saint Phalle by Ulrich Krempel
One day in Japan with Hokusai by Julia Altmann
Paul Cezanne : How he amazed the world by Angela Wenzel
Paul Gauguin : a journey to Tahiti by Christoph Becker
Paul Klee: Animal tricks by Christian Rümelin
Pieter Bruegel's Tower of Babel : The builder with the red hat by Nils Jockel
Pop Art by Christian Demilly
René Magritte : Now you see it - now you don't by Angela Wenzel
The secret world of the Aztecs by Ferdinand Anton
Sister Wendy's story of Christmas by Wendy Beckett
Vermeer's secret world by Vincent Etienne
Visiting Vincent van Gogh by Caroline Breunesse
Where is Jasper Johns? by Debra Pearlman

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