If Picasso Had a Christmas Tree by Eric Gibbons
An illustrated introduction to art history for children by art teachers

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Created by one of thirty art teachers, each delightful illustration brings art history to life, from the Renaissance to the modern era, which will educate and inspire children. Each teacher has emulated an artist and included a Christmas tree in a way that honors the work of that famous artist from history. Free online lesson plans have been created as a companion to the book that can be printed and shared with students. Engaging and informative, this book is a great way to introduce kids to the rich world of art history.
 

About Eric Gibbons

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Eric Gibbons is the founder and director of Firehouse Gallery, an AENJ award winning art educator, an artist, an inventor, and an origami master. His piece A New Hope is currently in the collection of the Obama White House and his work has been featured in international exhibitions of art in places such as Osaka, Japan and Alexandria, Egypt. He is the author of If Picasso Went to the Zoo. He lives in Bordentown, New Jersey.
 
Published September 10, 2014 by Firehouse Publications. 100 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Children's Books.

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