The School of Art

Learn How to Make Great Art with 40 Simple Lessons

The School of Art
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ISBN: 9781847807007
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Guided Reading Level: V
Grade Level Equivalent: 5

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Welcome to the School of Art!

Here you will learn how to make great art with this fully-illustrated collection of fun and informative lessons. Follow the five professors as they work togetherto deliver 40 demonstrations - each one accompanied by a guided activity for you to try at home - to help you to understand the basics of art and design, including composition, color, line, shape, and perspective.

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Illustrator DANIEL FROST is a recent, award-winning graduate of the Royal College of Art. His work blends modern images with traditional mediums. He lives and works in London.

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Format: Hardback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781847807007
Size: 10.5 in x 11.375 in x 0.5 in / 266.7 mm x 288.92 mm x 12.7 mm
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