Examines the life and work of the nineteenth-century artist Edgar Degas, who loved to paint scenes of Paris and the people who worked and lived there.
Discusses the life and work of Giotto, considered the most important Italian artist of the fourteenth century.
Briefly recounts the French painter's development, along with other fellow artists, of a new type of painting known as Impressionism.
Examines the life and work of the twentieth-century artist Norman Rockwell, who painted familiar everyday scenes that people felt were part of their own lives.
An introduction to the life and work of the sixteenth-century Italian artist Titian Vecellio, who is best known for his realistic oil portraits.
Examines the life and work of Domenikos Theotokopoulos, the sixteenth-century artist who created his greatest works in Spain, where he was known as "El Greco."
Examines the life and work of the Spanish artist, describing and giving examples of his art.
Relates the artistic career of the Iowan who painted people, life, and customs of the American Midwest and whose style became known as Regionalism.
Briefly describes the life and work of the nineteenth-century French artist known for his paintings of the South Pacific.
A brief biography of the 19th century American artist Winslow Homer.
Briefly examines the life and work of the American realist painter, describing and giving examples of his art.
Describes the life and career of the late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century artist who is best known for his paintings and sculptures of the American West.
Traces the life of the internationally acclaimed musician and composer who helped popularize jazz music. The author/illustrator of the highly successful Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists series lends his creat...