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A History of Art in 21 Cats: Creative cats to discover and draw Hardcover – 1 April 2019
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Discover the basics of important art movements through a host of beautifully illustrated cats, each one inspired by a specific period in art history. From The Surrealist to The Cubist, The Abstract Expressionist to The Ancient Egyptian, these creative cats will introduce you to key themes and provide you with all of the inspiration you need if you want to create your own version. Each arty illustrated cat comes with an overview of the art movement that it represents, plus a breakdown of the cats features, explaining the relevance of each. Accompanied by fun, informative captions, each element - from faces and fur to patterns, shapes and colours - is simple enough to be recreated at home. More than just a reference book, A History of Art in 21 Cats is perfect for art enthusiasts, drawing beginners and cat lovers alike.
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- Publisher : Michael O'Mara (1 April 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 96 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1910552909
- ISBN-13 : 978-1910552902
- Reading age : 12 years and up
- Dimensions : 18 x 1.45 x 23 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 91,124 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From Ancient Egypt through to various modern art movements Nia Gould has created this delightful feline-themed history of art.
Her versions of famous paintings featuring cats were just fab. Along the way Nia Gould provides interesting little snippets of information about each artistic style.
The NetGalley edition was in low resolution, which allowed me to gain a sense of the content even though the images were in black and white. Loving cats as I do as well as being interested in art history, I immediately ordered its hardback edition. The bright and vibrant colours as shown on the cover are continued throughout.
It makes a brilliant coffee table book and would be the purrfect gift for cat-loving friends and family.
One reading is not enough, I'll be back for more.