Artists and their pets book
Artists and Their PetsDid you know that the great Pablo Picasso had many pets, including a white mouse and a goat? Artists and Their Pets tells these stories and many more with full-color illustrations and a chirpy narrative that will delight both art buffs and pet enthusiasts. Featuring 20 great artists, from Jackson Pollock to Leonardo da Vinci. Each pair features a world famous artists in their sock-portrait form. Frida Callus graces these novelty artist socks. These p.. Featuring all kinds of dogs — big, small, graceful, cute, funny — The Book of the Dog is a cool and quirky collection of dog art a..
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Artists have often looked to their feline friends for inspiration throughout history. So many great artists have shared one very special love: the companionship of cats. Sir Elton John and David. Welcome to the world, Artists and Their Pets! Gathered here for the first time are behind- thescenes stories of more than 50 famous artists and their feline friends. This illustrated book provides stories about several artists and their pets.
If you've been following my blog lately, you know that I love animals and enjoy painting portraits of pets. I am sad to say I am currently pet-less. While I'm enjoying a new-found sense of freedom, I have to say I often miss that furry companionship. Echo and Wanda were my most recent companions. They behaved like little dogs, greeting me at the door, following me around the house, and talking to me. They especially loved it when I spent time in my art studio, where they would roost either at my feet or on my painting table where they could watch the action. I think they sensed that I was both calm and energized by my creative activities and they liked sharing in those experiences with me.
A book about artists and their pets! The perspective of an animal offers a unique glimpse into the art making process. If you want more art on the bookshelves of your child friends or yourself! Enter the world of the famous Viennese painter Gustav Klimt through the eyes of his mischievous cat Katze. Behind the feline storyline, the steps of the artistic process are explained, from inspiration to the hard work of painting. Accompanied by cheerful Mexican folk art—inspired illustrations, the author makes comparisons to show which personality features Frida shared with each of her animal friends. This book is a beautiful introduction to an evocative artist.