Synopses & Reviews
Anyone can draw a chicken, right? Follow Jean-Vincent Sénacs attempts to draw one as he has to contend with runaway beaks, sleeping eggs, and hungry hens. The entertaining characters and witty text in this book of simple outline drawings, much like a flip-book, will charm readers of all ages and encourage children and adults alike to draw with humor and imagination.
Illustrated throughout in Sénacs unique style, this little book will encourage drawing while making readers laugh out loud.
Praise for How to Draw a Chicken
"The attractive, square, flip-book format belies the surreal execution of the concept."
"Humorous small-format drawing guide."
This insightful exploration of Henri Matisse and his cut-out artwork provides children with a genuine understanding of the artistandrsquo;s signature style. French illustrator Jean-Vincent Sandeacute;nacandrsquo;s mixed-media spreads pop with color, just like the art they feature. Meet Matisse is the first in Tate Publishingandrsquo;s Meet the Artist series, published to tie in with the Matisse cutouts exhibition at Tate Modern and The Museum of Modern Art in 2014.
About the Author
Jean-Vincent Sandeacute;nac is an illustrator based in France. He is the author of How to Draw a Chicken
and The Meditating Cat: A Zen Coloring Book