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30 Results
Georgia O'Keeffe —Sánchez Vegara, Ma Isabel (María Isabel), author.

Presents information about Georgia O'Keeffe, from her childhood in Wisconsin where she developed her fascination with nature to her exhibits around the world.

Who was Norman Rockwell? —Fabiny, Sarah, author.

"Brush up your knowledge on popular American painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell with this exciting Who Was? title. Norman Rockwell often painted what he saw around him in nostalgic and humorous ways. After hearing P...

Dancing through fields of color : the story of Helen Frankenthaler —Brown, Elizabeth, 1964-

At a time when girls were taught to color inside the lines, Helen Frankenthaler liked to break the rules. She let her colors dance and swirl, running free on her canvas. Each color was a reminder of a memory or an emotio...

Samuel Morse, that's who! : the story of the telegraph and Morse code —Maurer, Tracy Nelson, 1965- author.

From the author of "John Deere, That's Who!" comes a lively picture book biography of Samuel Morse that highlights how he revolutionized modern technology and communication.

Audubon : painter of birds in the wild frontier —Armstrong, Jennifer, 1961-

Briefly tells the story of this nineteenth-century painter and naturalist who is most famous for his detailed paintings of birds.

A splash of red : the life and art of Horace Pippin —Bryant, Jen, 1960-

Presents an illustrated introduction to the life and work of artist Horace Pippin, describing his childhood love for drawing and the World War I injury that challenged his career.

Jackson Pollock : splashed paint and wasn't sorry —Gilberti, Fausto, 1970- author.

A clever, charmingly quirky portrayal of painter Jackson Pollock - and the first in a series of picture-book biographies of contemporary artists. Jackson Pollock was unlike any other painter. Instead of sitting in front ...

Mary Cassatt —Turner, Robyn.

Celebrates the life and work of the American artist renowned for her luminous paintings of children and mothers.

The year with Grandma Moses —Nikola-Lisa, W.

A collection of paintings and memoirs by the American folk artist describing the seasons and their related activities in rural upstate New York.

Norman Rockwell : storyteller with a brush —Gherman, Beverly.

Describes the life and work of the popular American artist who depicted both traditional and contemporary subjects, including children, family scenes, astronauts, and the poor.

Chuck Close, up close —Greenberg, Jan, 1942-

A biography of the revisionist artist who achieved prominence in the late 1960s for enormous, photographically realistic, black and white portraits of himself and his friends.

John James Audubon —Kastner, Joseph.

Examines the noted artist whose passion for American birds dominated his life and his work.

Dancing Through Fields of Color : The Story of Helen Frankenthaler —Brown, Elizabeth, 1964- author.

"They said only men could paint powerful pictures, but Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) splashed her way through the modern art world. Channeling deep emotion, Helen poured paint onto her canvas and danced with the colors...

Mary Cassatt —Venezia, Mike.

Briefly examines the life and work of the American impressionist painter, describing and giving examples of her art.

Mary Cassatt : family pictures by Claire Leonard —O'Connor, Jane.

Discusses the life and the work of the Impressionist painter Mary Cassatt, as told from a child's point of view.

Georgia O'Keeffe : portrait of an artist —Brownridge, Lucy.

"Georgia O'Keeffe is known as the Mother of American Modernism, discover why in this first story book about Georgia O'Keeffe. From humble beginnings living on a prairie farm, to taking the New York art scene by storm, to...

Action Jackson —Greenberg, Jan, 1942-

Imagines Jackson Pollock at work during the creation of one of his paint-swirled and splattered canvasses.

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