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Description New edition of this key guide to art history, which takes a critical reading of the field's most innovative and influential texts over the past two centuries, including the most important new writing ... more

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“Princess art”

published 03/03/2015

Advantagesnice carry case, lots of supplies, Disney princess theme

Disadvantagesnone

...My daughter absolutely loves to draw, paint and colour and its a craft that I definitely love to encourage in her and see her creative side soar. She loves to experiment with different colours and textures so having lots of different types of pens, crayons and colours all in one place is really good.  This year for Christmas her grandma bought her this great art set that really contains...

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“Art Therapy for adults”

published 05/06/2015

AdvantagesGets your brain going and is relaxing

DisadvantagesNone

...I know children love colouring in. Children have such vivid imaginations don't they? And why should we stop colouring in as an adult? I don't think it's something you grow out of. Colouring in is one of them things that can let your imagination run wild. Only difference is as an adult the pictures we colour in become more intricate and difficult. Just lately I've heard a lot about these art...

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Excellent

AdvantagesIt's a Pratchett! Fun, frivolous, with grains of 24 carat truth

DisadvantagesNone - except for those strange individuals for whom "It's a Pratchett" is a downside.

..., Johnny and the Bomb, Truckers etc are hard to pin down to specific forerunners. With his latest, however, the author uses his adult-books tactic on a children's book. He takes Dickens' masterpiece, switches the focus to the artful Dodger and tells us what might have happened if young Oliver Twist hadn't gotten in the way. Dodger is a tosher. A tosher is a sewer scavenger. The sewers of Victorian...

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