One of the Impressionist era’s best-loved painters, Pierre-Auguste Renoirpainted every day for 60 years—that’s over 5,000 paintings! The joie de vivre expressed in his work is reflected on every page of Smart About Art: Pierre-Auguste Renoir in colorful, dynamic illustrations and 17 reproductions. With humor and insight, this title takes us through the life of an artist who at first was so unpopular that his paintings were attacked with umbrellas. Written as if it were a child’s own class report, this title is sure to draw new young fans to Renoir’s paintings.
True Kelley is the author and illustrator of more than 100 children’s books, including Who Was Pablo Picasso?, Who Was Abigail Adams?, and Hazel Nutt, Mad Scientist, winner of the Golden Duck Award for Best Children’s Illustrated Book. She lives in Warner, New… More about True Kelley
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Published by Grosset & Dunlap Jun 16, 2005| 32 Pages| 7 x 9| 5-9 years| ISBN 9780448433714
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