Da Vinci Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Da Vinci Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
  • Mike Venezia
  • English
  • 14 October 2014
  • 9780516422756

10 thoughts on “Da Vinci Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists

  1. Christine Christine says:

    Today May 2 2019 is the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo DaVinci a true genius I need to read a scholarly biography of his life

  2. Briana Briana says:

    This book brought great memories of me reading these books at the after school program I was in in grade school As a kid I absolutely loved this series entranced by the combination of the classic art and the cartoons the author added I'm not in love with this series but it's still a good series for kids to learn about art

  3. Ammie Ammie says:

    One of J's favorite inventors Who just happens to be an artist as well

  4. Anjanabiswa Anjanabiswa says:

    By Mike VeneziaSummary This book talks about the life and painted of Leonardo Da Vinci Evaluation of IllustrationsText The illustrations are of different picture of Da Vinci's painting There are cartoon illustrations in the with a little speech bubble to keep the students interested in the story The text is in a large font The text is in paragraphs per pageStrategies for Use in the ClassroomTimeline The students can make a timeline of each of Da Vinci's painting to know when he painted them The timeline could have a short description of the paintingOwn painting The students can make their own paints and describe them to the class

  5. Pam Pam says:

    The revised edition of this book titled Leonardo Da Vinci added maps and a timeline of Da Vinci's life This great improvements make Mike Venezia's artist biography series nearly impossible to beat Great reproductions of Da Vinci's actual artwork allows the reader to truly understand the artist Wonderful books

  6. Diana Toole Diana Toole says:

    Great introduction to the uintessential Renaissance man Pictures of many of his greatest works and sketches are scattered throughout the book adding even impressions to how amazing this man wasWe read this one in the car on a trip

  7. Carole Martell Carole Martell says:

    A fun perspective on a famous artist of all sorts

  8. Nichole Nichole says:

    Genre Non Fiction; BiographyAwards NASummaryThis is a biography about Da Vinci The book gives a short description of who he is and then goes into detail about his paintings such as The Last Supper and Mona Lisa Throughout the book you will also find small comic strips about him which adds small humor throughout the book rather than complete seriousness Prompt uestions How many of you like to draw?What is a portrait?What does three dimensional mean?What are some differences of the two paintings? pg 18 and 19Who has seen this painting The Last Supper before?Who has seen the Mona Lisa painting?CritiueI found this book very interesting It give a vast amount of information for such a short reading which I really enjoy Leonardo Da Vinci has always been one of my favorite people to learn and read about so I would share this as a read aloud to my future class in hopes to inspire them ActivityWriting a Biography Students will choose one person of their choice and conduct research on them After research has been made students will take their findings and use them to write a biography about the person Along with the biography students will attach a drawing created by them of the person they chose

  9. Cami Weaver Cami Weaver says:

    Many people know that Da Vinci is a great artist but this book also informs the reader that he created so much Leonardo was also a great inventor scientist and mathematician The book is filled with his art such as the Mona Lisa and self portraits of himself as well as all of his inventions and discoveries many of which included the inside of bodies It also gave fun facts of his life and how he worked like people needed to hold up his notes to a mirror because he would write backwards so no one could see what he was working on The book uses fun cartoon characters which would make it interesting for younger kids to look at I love this book because I love learning about new artists in fun ways and this book does just thatI would use this book in an art class to help students better understand the life work and inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci

  10. Matthew Hunter Matthew Hunter says:

    Venezia's Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists series continues to captivate the kiddos Heck I'm captivated too I found Venezia's side by side comparisons between Da Vinci's works and those of other masters of the time eye opening The realism of Da Vinci makes his colleague's best efforts appear flat And Da Vinci's backgrounds Such detail compared to the foreground centric efforts of othersHow would you react as a master painter if you asked your intern to paint a couple of lesser figures in a corner as part of your larger work; then you heard comments by critics that the lesser figures outshine the rest? Gotta admit I'd sulk But hey it's Da Vinci Get over it

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