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Young art buffs will learn to recognize the classics and describe paintings and sculptures in this witty picture book that gives famous artworks the royal—or in this case, the elephant—treatment. When King Babar and Queen Celeste notice that the railroad station is standing empty, Celeste comes up with the idea to turn it into a museum to house their art collection. By the time the grand opening arrives, the royal couple has acquired some pretty impressive and well-known works of art—all featuring elephants, of course. Babar illustrations have never been more clever and charming than in this gallery tour, full of paintings and sculptures inspired by such real-life artworks as Mary Cassatt's "Mother and Child," Edvard Munch's "The Scream," and even Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa."
 
Jóvenes entusiastas del arte aprenden a reconocer obras clásicas y describir las pinturas y esculturas en este libro ilustrado que celebra, con un gran sentido de humor, el arte más famoso del mundo. Cuando el Rey Babar y la Reina Celeste ven que la estación de tren está llena, Celeste decide transformarla a un museo para su colección de arte. Llega la gran inauguración y los reyes han coleccionado unas obras bastante impresionantes—todas representando elefantes, por supuesto. Las ilustraciones de Babar nunca han sido tan encantadoras como en esta gira de las galerías de su museo, llenas de pinturas y esculturas inspiradas por obras de arte actuales, como "Madre y niña" por Mary Cassatt, "El grito" por Eduard Munch y la "Mona Lisa" de Leonardo da Vinci.

Synopsis:

Young art buffs will learn to recognize the classics and describe paintings and sculptures in this witty picture book that gives famous artworks the royal— or in this case, the elephant— treatment. When King Babar and Queen Celeste notice that the railroad station is standing empty, Celeste comes up with  the idea to turn it into a museum to house their art collection. By the time the  grand opening arrives, the royal couple has acquired some pretty impressive and well-known works of art— all featuring elephants, of course. Babar illustrations have never been more clever and charming than in this gallery  tour, full of paintings and sculptures inspired by such real-life artworks as Mary Cassatt's Mother and Child,  Edvard Munch's The Scream,  and even Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.   Jó venes entusiastas del arte aprenden a reconocer obras clá sicas y describir las pinturas y  esculturas en este libro ilustrado que celebra,   con un gran sentido de humor, el arte má s famoso del mundo. Cuando el Rey Babar y la Reina Celeste ven que la estació n de tren está llena, Celeste decide transformarla a un museo para su colecció n de arte.  Llega la gran inauguració n y los reyes han coleccionado unas obras bastante impresionantes— todas  representando elefantes, por supuesto. Las ilustraciones de Babar nunca han sido  tan encantadoras como en esta gira de  las galerí as de su museo, llenas de pinturas y esculturas inspiradas por obras de arte actuales, como Madre y niñ a por Mary Cassatt, El grito por Eduard Munch y la Mona Lisa de Leonardo da Vinci.

Product Details

ISBN:
9788498010503
Publisher:
Blume
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Fiction - General
Translator:
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Author:
Dieguez, Remedios Dieguez
Subject:
Short stories
Subject:
Art (painting sculpture artists architecture etc.)
Subject:
Art/Architecture
Subject:
Children s All Ages - Fiction - General
Edition Description:
Hardback - picture book
Series:
Babar series
Publication Date:
20061201
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
from K up to 2
Language:
Spanish
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
44
Dimensions:
12.00 x 8.75 in 0.50 lb
Age Level:
05-07

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Product details 44 pages Blume - English 9788498010503 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Young art buffs will learn to recognize the classics and describe paintings and sculptures in this witty picture book that gives famous artworks the royal— or in this case, the elephant— treatment. When King Babar and Queen Celeste notice that the railroad station is standing empty, Celeste comes up with  the idea to turn it into a museum to house their art collection. By the time the  grand opening arrives, the royal couple has acquired some pretty impressive and well-known works of art— all featuring elephants, of course. Babar illustrations have never been more clever and charming than in this gallery  tour, full of paintings and sculptures inspired by such real-life artworks as Mary Cassatt's Mother and Child,  Edvard Munch's The Scream,  and even Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.   Jó venes entusiastas del arte aprenden a reconocer obras clá sicas y describir las pinturas y  esculturas en este libro ilustrado que celebra,   con un gran sentido de humor, el arte má s famoso del mundo. Cuando el Rey Babar y la Reina Celeste ven que la estació n de tren está llena, Celeste decide transformarla a un museo para su colecció n de arte.  Llega la gran inauguració n y los reyes han coleccionado unas obras bastante impresionantes— todas  representando elefantes, por supuesto. Las ilustraciones de Babar nunca han sido  tan encantadoras como en esta gira de  las galerí as de su museo, llenas de pinturas y esculturas inspiradas por obras de arte actuales, como Madre y niñ a por Mary Cassatt, El grito por Eduard Munch y la Mona Lisa de Leonardo da Vinci.
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