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A dazzling introduction to the world of art for children, the Oxford First Book of Art boasts a rich collection of images--paintings, drawings, sculptures, and textiles--from around the world and through the ages. Gillian Wolfe uses simple, vivid language to encourage young readers to examine the art and ask questions about its contents and origin/5(8).
A dazzling introduction to the world of art for children, the Oxford First Book of Art boasts a rich collection of images--paintings, drawings, sculptures, and textiles--from around the world and through the ages.
Gillian Wolfe uses simple, vivid language to encourage young readers to examine the art and ask questions about its contents and origin/5. Sep 04 Oxford First Book of Art. I have received some email about the spine book for Harmony Fine Arts Grade One.
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Oxford first book of art. [Gillian Wolfe; Oxford University Press,] -- An introduction to the joys of art. It includes a varied collection of images - paintings, drawings, sculptures, and textiles - from all around the world and down through the ages.
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Oxford first book of art by Wolfe, Gillian. Publication date Topics Art, Art appreciation, Art, Art, Art, Art appreciation, Art Publisher New York: Oxford University Press Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
Includes indexPages: A dazzling introduction to the world of art for children, the Oxford First Book of Art boasts a rich collection of images--paintings, drawings, sculptures, and textiles--from around the world and through the ages. Gillian Wolfe uses simple, vivid language to encourage young readers to examine the art and ask questions about its contents and : Gillian Wolfe.
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