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The Great Art Scandal : Solve the Crime, Save the Show!

by Anna Nilsen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753455870, Hardcover)

Find the rogue painting and save the exhibition and the City Gallery! Children will have hours of fun exercising their powers of observation as they spot the clues that reveal which artist painted each picture. While they have fun solving the mystery, they'll be enjoying an inspiring introduction to thirty-two of the world's greatest modern artists.

The split pages make this book a fun, interactive experience, rich with fascinating facts about the paintings and the painters and their techniques—all the ingredients needed to inspire a lifelong interest in modern art. Also included is a glossary of art terms.

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Introduces twentieth century art through thirty-two paintings by sixteen artists, within which are hidden details taken from the works of such masters as Currie, Seurat, Hockney, and Lichtenstein.

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