How to Talk to Children About Art

Anticipating how kids react to paintings by artists as diverse as Botticelli and Pollock, this author prepares adults for all types of questions. He offers valuable tips for making any museum visit a success by providing a great refresher course on art history.

This book prepares adults to confidently answer common questions posed by children, such as "Why are some paintings signed and others aren't?" and "Why are some pictures small and others very big?" Questions and answers for about 20 well-known paintings provide historical background, explain genres, and demystify religious and mythological themes.

Color-coded tabs let adults flip to the sections appropriate to their children's ages (5–7 years, 8–10 years, 11–13+ years).

Author — Françoise Barbe-Gall.

Paperback. 208 pages. 5½" × 8½" (14 cm × 22 cm).

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