Drawn and Quartered: Reshuffle the History of Art, 234,256 Ways

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For art lovers with a sense of humor, this madcap novelty book offers a staggering number of hilarious new ways to recombine the human form. Flip the slices and the head of a medieval Christian maiden attaches to the body of an Elizabethan dandy standing on Toulouse-Lautrec legs with Italian Renaissance feet. 22 color illustrations. Size C. 44 pp.
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Overview

For art lovers with a sense of humor, this madcap novelty book offers a staggering number of hilarious new ways to recombine the human form. Flip the slices and the head of a medieval Christian maiden attaches to the body of an Elizabethan dandy standing on Toulouse-Lautrec legs with Italian Renaissance feet. 22 color illustrations. Size C. 44 pp.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780821224625
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
  • Publication date: 9/22/1997
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 44
  • Product dimensions: 6.46 (w) x 10.40 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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Here is an amusing and brilliantly simple idea that turns art into a game. Twenty-two images of the human figure are divided into four and arranged in such a way that they can be recombined in any order in an almost infinite number of ways. Because each "slice" is spiral-bound, the pages lie flat when opened, and the whole book is in full color. Bizarre, preposterous or just plain fun, the results are also strangely unpredictable. See what happens, for example, when the head of an early Christian maiden is attached to the body of an Elizabethan dandy, with ancient Egyptian legs-and Italian Renaissance Feet! For anyone who love art and has a sense of humor,

Drawn & Quartered is the perfect gift.

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