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By Eric Grzymkowski

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Too usually, textbooks imprecise the wonder and sweetness of good artwork with tedious discourse that even Leonardo da Vinci may oppose. Art 101 cuts out the uninteresting information and long causes, and in its place, delivers a lesson in creative expression that retains you engaged as you find the world's maximum artists and their masterpieces.

From colour concept and Claude Monet to Jackson Pollock and Cubism, this primer is choked with thousands of exciting tidbits and artworks that you just can't get anyplace else.

So even if you are looking to grasp vintage portray concepts, or simply are looking to research extra approximately renowned varieties of artwork, Art 101 has the entire answers--even those you did not recognize you have been having a look for.

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