The School of Art

Learn how to make great art with 40 simple lessons

The  School of Art
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Format: Hardback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781847806116
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Welcome to the School of Art! Here you will learn how to make great art with this fully-illustrated collection of forty fun and informative lessons, introducing you to the key principles that underpin all good design. Watch the five professors as they work together to deliver 40 demonstrations, then try each of the accompanying guided activities for yourself. Developed to help you understand the basics of art and design, the activities cover composition, colour, line, shape and perspective, helping you to graduate from The School of Art with flying colours!

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Format: Hardback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781847806116
Size: 11.024 in x 10.236 in / 280 mm x 260 mm

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