Think Like An Artist, Don't Act Like One - Common Sense from an Unexpected Source
Think Like an Artist, Don't Act Like One presents seventy-five ways to look at art and seventy-five life lessons you can learn from it. From the works of ancient Egypt and Greece to today's abstract and conceptual pieces, by way of da Vinci, Durer, Rembrandt, Picasso, Warhol, and Ai Wei Wei, art inspires us to take a fresh look at the fundamental questions we face - questions about success, love, work, friendship, life, and death. It's a lively introduction to art history as it resonates in your own daily life and an exhortation to look at art in your own personal way.Author: Koos De Wilt
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