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  • Author:
    Richard Muhlberger
  • ISBN:
    0745152694
  • ISBN13:
    978-0745152691
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  • Publisher:
    Cherrytree Books (September 4, 1995)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
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    History
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What Makes a Raphael a Raphael? Richard Muhlberger. These books are not really intended as introductions to artist like Picasso, Monet and Degas, but as more advanced art appreciation lessons. One person found this helpful.

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Richard C. Muhlberger (born 1938 in New Jersey, United States) is an American art critic, and museum curator. Raphael?", and "What makes a Picasso a Picasso?"

Richard C. He was Curator of Education for the Worcester Art Museum. He later became a professor of art history at Western New England College, and the vice-director for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but he is best recognized for his analysis of. many famous art pieces. Richard C. Muhlberger. Raphael?", and "What makes a Picasso a Picasso?". More of his written works include a series titled "The Bible in Art". It contains the following books "Bible in Art: The Old Testament" and, "Bible in Art: The New Testament".

What makes a Picasso a Picasso? by. Richard Mühlberger. Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973. Painting, French - Juvenile literature. Cubism - Juvenile literature. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on November 29, 2011.

Richard Charles Muhlberger, museum director, writer, educator. What Makes a Picasso a Picasso? (Book by Muhlberger, Richard). Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1965-1966; recipient Outstanding Young Man award Greater Worcester Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1970. Member American Association Museums (chairman committee on education 1974-1976, councilor 1988-1991), New England Museum Association (president 1985-1987), Phi Beta Kappa. Book by Muhlberger, Richard. 57416/?tag prabook0b-20. What Makes A Van Gogh A Van Gogh? by Muhlberger, Richard (2002) Hardcover.

Ultimately what made Pablo Picasso unique as an artist, I think, is his complete control of any medium .

Ultimately what made Pablo Picasso unique as an artist, I think, is his complete control of any medium he chose to use, but instead of being bound by the medium or techniques he was exploring his inner feelings, fears and desires in vast verity of mediums and visual styles. Far more than most, and in this process he inspired many artists and art styles. Few other artists, before him willing added to this confusion as much as Picasso did. At least to my knowledge, but I could be wrong on that.

He is known for a series containing critiques of illustrious authors. This series is made up of several books, "What makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt?", "What makes a Van Gogh a Van Gogh?", "What makes a Monet a Monet?", "What makes a Degas a Degas?", "What makes a Cassatt a Cassatt?", "What makes a Goya a Goya?", "What makes a Bruegel a Bruegel?", What makes a Leonardo a Leonardo?", "What makes a Raphael a. Raphael?", and "What makes a Picasso a Picasso?"


Ann
We love the "What Makes A..." series from The Met. Good for learning all the little details of a particular artists' style and various works. The Picasso edition is especially cool because he went through so many different phases throughout his career as an artist. He is a favorite of my daughter's.

The only bummer about this series is that there are not more books! Would love to see books about Kahlo and Warhol in particular. Also, they seem to be out of print.
Karg
The goal of this series from The Metropolitan Museum of Art is provide an understanding of what makes an artist unique. Consequently, you will not find a large number of Picasso's paintings in this volume, but you will find over a dozen key works looked at in some detail. For example, "Guernica," which is probably his most famous painting, is presented as not only a two-page spread, but with five enlarged details. Other paintings looked at in detail are "Family of Saltimbanques," "Daniel-Enry Kahnweiler," and "Three Musicians," three paintings done in totally different styles, which, of course, is the essence of Picasso Richard Muhlberger tries to look at key facets of Picasso's long career, from the Blue Period (1902-05) to the playful abstraction of his later years.
Muhlberger focuses on how Picasso invented new ways of picturing things, even as he worked in a number of styles. We learn that Picasso showed objects from many viewpoints at a time, distorted shapes and colors to convey emotion, while also simplifying things into basic shapes. The strength of this series is that it gets down to the essentials for each artist, so that you get the sense their style is as recognizable as their signature. These books are not really intended as introductions to artist like Picasso, Monet and Degas, but as more advanced art appreciation lessons.
SoSok
A true gem. Not that big, but focuses on his best works. Very good for students doing reasearch and art lovers alike. Beautiful illustration