See the world through Hokusai's eyes and be inspired to produce your own masterpieces.
Have you ever wondered exactly what your favorite artists were looking at to make them draw, sculpt, or paint the way they did? In this charming illustrated series of books to keep and collect, created in full collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can see what they saw, and be inspired to create your own artworks, too. In What the Artist Saw: Hokusai, meet groundbreaking Japanese artist Hokusai. Step into his life and learn what led him to create more than 30, 000 works of art, including his famous woodcut views of The Great Wave off Kanagawa and Mount Fuji. Discover how he planned to live to 110 and even produced the first ever pieces of manga! Have a go at making your own printed artworks.
In this series, follow the artists' stories and find intriguing facts about their environments and key masterpieces. Then see what you can see and make your own art. Take a closer look at landscapes with Georgia O'Keeffe, or even yourself, with Vincent van Gogh. Every book in this series is one to treasure and keep - perfect for inspiring budding young artists to continue their own artistic journeys.
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Biografie (Susie Hodge)
Susie Hodge (MA) hat Kunstgeschichte am Birkbeck-College der University of London studiert und mehr als 50 Bücher zu vielfältigen Themen geschrieben: so zu Impressionismus, Viktorianischer Kunst, Picasso und Monet oder auch zu moderner und altägyptischer Kunst. Sie ist Fellow der Royal Society of Arts, arbeitet als Lehrerin und veranstaltet Workshops und Seminare.