The Great American Adventure

The Great American Adventure


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In the painting The Great American Adventure, Victor expresses a vision of America through its first 200 years and beyond. Horvath proudly dedicates his painting to all peoples of the world, who embarked on an adventure that culminated into the United States of America. He would like to dedicate this book to the future American adventurers, hoping that his visual history will inspire others to high pinnacles of personal achievement.


About the Author:

Victor attended the Academy of Vienna to specialize in the Art Style of Romantic Realism. He has moved away from the realist, abstractionist, surrealist, and impressionist styles into his own. His trademark style combines the techniques of masters from all of these styles. His style is "Transparent Squares." Victor can create any size canvas that contains an infinite subject matter. "Transparent Squares" creates the effect of viewing the works beyond their three-dimensional boundaries. This adds dimension, depth, and color by lending the viewer a visual instrument from which to extend the imagination beyond space and time within one frame. "Transparent Squares" literally brings color further than one�s eye can see. "Transparent Squares" was used in Horvath�s The Great American Adventure. This sectional painting spans 40 by 20 feet.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781932344233
Publisher: Thornton Publishing CO
Publication date: 02/01/2003
Pages: 66
Product dimensions: 8.08(w) x 10.44(h) x 0.19(d)

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The Great American Adventure covers Visually and textually over 450 years of American history with continuity in only 66 pages. It is a wonderful primer to help learn and remember American History. It gives its reader a visual context of American history that brings it to life, and helps to remember when and where American History events occured in time. I highly recommend this book to American History Teachers and Students who want to experience a new way of learning American History.