New Guide Profiles Well-Known Artists
Art enthusiasts from all walks of life will find a wealth of information in "The Art Lover's Pocket Guide: Where to View the World's Great Masterpieces" (published by iUniverse), the new nonfiction by Henry P. Traverso.
"The Art Lover's Pocket Guide" gives readers a crash course in art history, featuring over 250 different artists. Traverso includes a comprehensive list of where to find their works throughout the world - places ranging from museums and galleries to churches and libraries - and has arranged the information in alphabetical order by country, state and city.
Featuring diverse artists such as Joseph Albers, Picasso, Monet and a host of other visual artists, "The Art Lover's Pocket Guide" provides basic biographical information and historical context for each. An easy-to-search index helps readers find the information they're looking for quickly and efficiently.
"As a lifelong educator and art lover, I have spent more than five decades researching art history and traveling to the world's great museums," Traverso explains. "Art is eternal, making this valuable resource a permanent resource."
"The Art Lover's Pocket Guide"
By Henry P. Traverso
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 900 pages | ISBN 9781475993103
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 900 pages | ISBN 9781475990881
E-Book | ISBN 9781475990898
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
A lifelong educator and art lover, Henry P. Traverso grew up in a family of painters and has spent a lifetime researching art history. A graduate of Holy Cross College, he received a master's degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., and a doctorate from the University of Connecticut. Traverso is also the author of "Scheduling the Secondary School" and "New Directions in Scheduling the Secondary School," and is the co-author of "Research Review for School Leaders."
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