100 Things to Know About Art
by Susie Hodge
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 09 Nov 2021 | Archive Date 12 Oct 2021
Along with some classic methods, such as painting and sketching, you'll also discover less predictable aspects of art that will give you a fresh perspective. Featuring materials, elements, methods, art movements, styles, and places this book covers a wide range of topics and themes, as well as some key artists of the past and present. With a clean, contemporary design, each word occupies a page of its own. A large striking illustration neatly encapsulates the accompanying 100 words of text.
Other titles in the 100 Things to Know About series include: Ancient World, World Politics, Inventions.
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 9 members
This is such a great enrichment book about art! It covers elements of several different overarching topics--media, elements of composition, techniques, styles, historical eras--in bite-size articles that are easy to understand. Each item is accompanied by a simple illustration. There is also an historical timeline included for context as well as further reading resources at the end. I learned so much from reading this and would definitely add it to a classroom or school library. It's a manageable, accessible way to introduce several key art concepts to elementary kids. Many thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review!
100 Things to Know About Art is a wonderful book for young artists. 100 topics are covered from artistic media, materials, and styles of art. I loved the colorful illustrations. Overall, an informative and interesting book for kids! Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for providing this ARC.
This book is perfect for beginners and children from ages +8. The illustrations are gorgeous and the text is accessible for everyone.
100 Things to Know about Art is a brilliant little reference book about Art. A variety of the key elements of art styles, techniques, movements and media are covered. A succinct paragraph and an illustrated picture page are included. There is just enough information to keep a child interested, and it is written in an easy to understand style. The historical timeline is very useful and the pointers for further reading resources are excellent. Every classroom library should have a copy. A brilliant little art book.