This is a charmingly simple introduction to some of the world's greatest works of art and when they were made - from the first cave paintings to modern masterpieces. It is produced in association with the National Gallery, London. It features over 140 stickers of paintings and other works of art to place on the pages. It is packed with fascinating facts and stories about the pictures and the artists who made them, plus internet links to find out more. It is arranged by period, including a timeline for reference. It features over 70 original works of art, plus many extra details and enlargements, and lively cartoon-style illustrations.
This is Book 14 in the Information Sticker Books Series. See all Information Sticker Books books here.
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