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Paul Klee (Sticker Art Shapes) free pdf Paul Klee defined himself as a "painter poet", and his art perfectly reflects that phrase. He was interested in colour, and formed friendships with other artists also exploring colour, such as Kandinsky, Picasso and Braque. His experimentation with backgrounds, shapes, colour, sign and pictograms, as well as with light and colour, are all portrayed in his work. This book contains six of his most famous paintings and, with over 75 large-sized stickers, it allows both children and adults to experiment themselves, placing the re-usable stickers on different paintings to see how small - and large - changes, completely change a work of art. Sylvie Delpech studied history of art and worked in imaging technology for television, before returning to Paris, where she works in photography and on children's books.

About Sylvie Delpech

SYLVIE DELPECH studied history of art, and then spent many years in Italy where she worked with new imaging technologies for television. Since returning to France, she has devoted her time to photography and to editorial projects such as children's books on art. She lives in Paris, France. CAROLINE LECLERC studied history at Harvard University, USA. She is the Editorial Director of a large publishing company in Paris. A huge fan of contemporary art, she shares an unbridled passion for stickers with her children! She lives in Paris, France.

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Author : Sylvie Delpech
Publisher : Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
Data Published : 01 May 2006
ISBN : 184507677X
EAN : 9781845076771
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 28 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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