Roy Lichtenstein, Grade 3by BORIS JANET, Deborah Schwartz (Editor), Walter Hopps, Deborah Schwartz (Editor), Walter Hopps (Editor)
The Art Ed Books and Kits include: paper, non_toxic paint, oil pastels, pencils, brushes, palettes, gluewhatever the artist actually uses or used. In addition, a 24_page full_color book in each kit provides a biography of the artist and discusses his or her life and career, with full_color art reproductions as well as photographs of the artist in the studio. And, an 8_page activity book provides easy_to_follow, step_by_step instructions to help children create their own masterpieces.
Each kit is approved by the individual artist or his/her estate.
With Art Ed Books and Kits, children not only learn about great artists, they can learn to paint like them, too. Art Ed is the ideal kit for any aspiring artist!
A portion of the proceeds from Art Ed Books and Kits benefits Studio in A School.
With his use of imagery from comic strips and advertisements, Roy Lichtenstein (American, 19231997) created a new form of art known as Pop Art. Using primary colors and techniques inspired by the printing press, Lichtenstein created graphic paintings of modern American life and pop culture.
Art supplies: 5 tubes of non_toxic paint, 10 sheets of art paper, 3 paint brushes, 5 color pencils, a stencil, and a mixing palette
Author Biography: Janet Boris, a writer and film director, began her career in children's educational television. She is an advocate of art education and is active on many museum committees.
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