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Greenberg and Jordan capture Jackson Pollock's spirit and artistic style through succinct narrative and purposeful words. Detailed source notes enrich this informational picture book, which superbly portrays a brief period in Pollock's life. Parker's watercolor illustrations splash out of their frames, reflecting the action and movement for which Pollock is renowned.
- Nonfiction, Arts, Visual Arts
- Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal 2003 (Honor Title)
- All Ages
- ISBN: 9780761316824
The long and complex history of the color blue, once so difficult to acquire, is explored through stunning acrylic illustrations and easy-to-read, descriptive text.
This biography explores the life of artist and Catholic nun Corita Kent, who used her art as a form of activism and inspired people to see the sacred in the everyday.
The short yet brilliant life story of Jean-Michel Basquiat and his determination to become an artist are revealed through poetic language and illustrations dramatically influenced by Basquiat's own style.