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Story Painter: The Life of Jacob Lawrence - Duggleby, John
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[EAN: 9780811820820], Neubuch, [PU: Chronicle Books], Children's Non-fiction|Art|General, Children's Non-fiction|Art|History, Children's Non-fiction|Art|Painting, Children's Non-fiction|Biography & Autobiography|Art, Children's Non-fiction|Biography & Autobiography|People of Color, Children's Non-fiction|People & Places|United States|African-American, Biography & Autobiography|General, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Story Painter: by John Duggleby PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BOOKLIST THE BULLETIN THE HORN BOOK KIRKUS REVIEWS SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL PARENTING MAGAZINE HUNGRY MIND REVIEW FROM: PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Duggleby once again enlarges upon themes in an American artist''s life and work to create a gratifying portrait of a particular time and place. Lawrence''s expressionistic, stark paintings, in excellent full-page color reproduction, together with an artful layout incorporating the artist''s blocky color fields and rhythmic patterns, nicely complement Duggleby''s measured account of a materially poor but culturally rich childhood and Lawrence''s subsequent struggles and successes. The author subtly works in the effect of the dearth of materials during the Depression on Lawrence''s emerging style as well as the artist''s mission to convey the legacy of African Americans in his series paintings. The painter''s links to the Harlem renaissance, the segregated military, civil rights and black pride movements are explored through anecdotes, photographs, paintings and opening quotes for each chapter, by such contemporaries as Langston Hughes, Fats Waller and Martin Luther King Jr. This solid work of biography/art history commemorates an extraordinary living artist and pays tribute to Lawrence''s determination, optimism and originality. FROM: BOOKLIST By Hazel Rochman This handsome biography, with 50 full-page color reproductions and lots of small photos, develops the theme of the artist''s personal migration, beginning with his parents'' move from the South and then the excitement of the boy Jacob, "Jake," when he moved to Harlem during the artistic Renaissance in the 1930s. Lawrence''s tempera paintings will invite young people to look closely as they read about the artist''s life and work, including his technique and the inspiration he found in the Mexican muralists. The presentation of Lawrence''s historical subjects Touissaint-Louverture, the Underground Railroad, migration, civil rights, and more will stimulate group discussion about the African American experience and also about "everyone''s search for a better life." FROM: THE BULLETIN of The Center for Children''s Books University of Illinois Lawrence is one of the most significant American painters of the century, and Duggleby traces his life from his family''s move north in the Great Migration to his formative years in Harlem and his professional life as a struggling and then successful artist. The book is particularly good at capably conveying the complicated relationship of Lawrence''s art and his African-American culture, including his desire to be an artist whose merit was recognized not just within racial lines and the resentment of some African Americans at Lawrence''s absence of political action. There''s an inviting look to the book.with its pages in a collection of colors, its incorporated design motifs, and its scrapbooky setting of photographs, that lends it a casual accessibility. Readers who found Lawrence''s The Great Migration or Walter Dean Myers'' Toussaint L''Ouverture memorable will find this a useful way to become more acquainted with a great American artist. FROM: THE HORN BOOK By Deborah Taylor Here is a visually striking, well-researched biography of one of the premier African-American artists of the contemporary era. Duggleby recounts the story of Jacob Lawrence''s life: his birth in 1917 to parents who had left the South for a better life in the North; his enrollment in an after school program at Utopia''s Children''s House in Harlem, where he met his first art teacher, Charles Alston, and began to hear stories about the roles African Americans played in history; his decision to paint those historical stories; his innovation of series p

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[SR: 351486], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780811820820], Chronicle Books, Chronicle Books, Book, [PU: Chronicle Books], Chronicle Books, The paintings of Jacob Lawrence tell stories. Stories of enslavement and freedom, of human migration and renaissance, of struggle and of triumph. A collection of these stunning paintings provides the backdrop for this exceptional biography which tells the story of one of our finest living painters-from his family's experience in the great migration North, to his growing up in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance, to his rise as one of the most renowned painters of African American life. With over twenty-five full-color reproductions and an insightful glossary, not only is this an easy-to-read, engaging biography, it's also an excellent starting point for discussions about American history. Awards and honors for Story Painter:1998 CCBC Choices, Biography/Autobiography1999 IRA/CBC Notable Trade Books--Social Studies1999 Carter G. Woodson Award1999 Parents' Guide/Children's Media award, non-fiction categoryPublishers Weekly, starred reviewSmithsonian Notable AwardParent Council Ltd. - Gold, Children who have been captivated by the bold, colorful paintings of Jacob Lawrence (1917- ) in the context of African American history lessons now have a chance to learn the full life story of this unique, dedicated artist. Though it's hard for any text to stand on equal footing with artwork this imaginative and strong (25 full-color reproductions from Lawrence's Migration series, Toussaint L'Ouverture series, and more, are included here), John Duggleby has crafted the tale of Lawrence's life into a satisfyingly rich, and quick-moving biography. As much a history of cultural life in 1930s Harlem as it is the story of Lawrence's upbringing, Story Painter also includes all the details necessary to make Lawrence's personal artistic life spring to life. We see him start experimenting with tempera paints at an after-school program at the same time as he's running off to hear special black history lectures at the Harlem libraries. The dedication to his craft was obvious at a very young age, earning him support from prominent black artists such as Augusta Savage and winning him great working gigs such as the Easel Project, which paid him $23.86 per week for two paintings every six weeks. Museums and gallery owners courted him as soon as he showed his work publicly; by age 30, he was considered America's foremost black artist. A few years later this dizzying ascent took its toll, and Lawrence spent a nine-month stint in a hospital for depression. He soon righted himself, eventually moving to Seattle to become a distinguished art professor and mentor. Exquisitely designed, Story Painter: The Life of Jacob Lawrence builds a relationship between the full-page illustrations and their concurring partnered text that makes this book a visual splendor. The strongest color in a painting, for example, may show up as the background color for the accompanying words, or may be used to make a sidebar snippet of African American poetry pop off the page. The handful of evocative black-and-white photographs of Lawrence feature beautifully drawn borders and are set against rich backgrounds of color. This level of design sophistication and care is reverential to Lawrence and a great reward for all readers who care about art and its pursuit. (Ages 9 to 12) --Jean Lenihan, 10367674011, Art, 17418, Biographies, 28, Teen & Young Adult, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 10367675011, Cultural Heritage, 17418, Biographies, 28, Teen & Young Adult, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 8298104011, Art, 10367674011, Biographies, 8298106011, Drawing, 8298107011, Fashion, 8298110011, History, 10367653011, Art, Music & Photography, 28, Teen & Young Adult, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 756878], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780811820820], Chronicle Books, Chronicle Books, Book, [PU: Chronicle Books], Chronicle Books, Story Painter A biography of the African American artist who grew up in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance and became one of the most renowned painters of the life of his people. Full description, Children who have been captivated by the bold, colourful paintings of Jacob Lawrence (1917-) in the context of African-American history lessons now have a chance to learn the full life story of this unique, dedicated artist. Though it's hard for any text to stand up against artwork this imaginative and strong (25 full-colour reproductions from Lawrence's Migration Series, Toussaint L'Ouverture series, and more, are included here), John Duggleby has crafted the tale of Lawrence's life into a satisfyingly rich and quick-moving biography. As much a history of the cultural life in 1930s Harlem as it is the story of Lawrence's upbringing, Story Painter also includes all the details necessary to make Lawrence's personal artistic life spring into being. We see him start experimenting with tempera paints at an after-school programme at the same time as he's running off to hear special black history lectures at the Harlem libraries. His dedication to his craft was obvious at a very young age, earning him support from prominent black artists like Augusta Savage, and winning him great working gigs like the Easel Project, which paid him $23.86 per week for two paintings every six weeks. Museums and gallery owners courted him as soon as he showed his work publicly; by age 30, he was considered to America's top black artist. A few years later this dizzying ascent took its toll, and Lawrence spent a nine-month stint in a hospital for depression. He soon righted himself, eventually moving to Seattle to become a distinguished art professor and mentor. Exquisitely designed, Story Painter: The Life of Jacob Lawrence builds a relationship between the full-page illustrations and their concurring partnered text that makes this book a visual splendour. The strongest colour in a painting, for example, may show up as the background colour for the accompanying words, or may be used to make a sidebar snippet of African-American poetry pop off the page. The handful of evocative black-and-white photographs of Lawrence feature beautifully drawn borders and are set against rich backgrounds of colour. This level of design sophistication and care is reverential to Lawrence and a great reward for all readers who care about art and its pursuit. (Ages 9-12) --Jean Lenihan, Amazon.com, 267815, Styles & Movements, 91, Art, Architecture & Photography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 758890, Artists, Architects & Photographers, 67, Biography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 267972, Children's & Young Adult, 67, Biography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 4511107031, General Knowledge & Trivia, 291724, Hobbies & Interests, 69, Children's Books, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 275096, Literary Theory & Movements, 275068, History & Criticism, 275389, Poetry, Drama & Criticism, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 5346488031, Art, 280199, Biographies, 52, Young Adult, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 5346489031, Cultural Heritage, 280199, Biographies, 52, Young Adult, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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[SR: 756878], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780811820820], Chronicle Books, Chronicle Books, Book, [PU: Chronicle Books], Chronicle Books, Story Painter A biography of the African American artist who grew up in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance and became one of the most renowned painters of the life of his people. Full description, Children who have been captivated by the bold, colourful paintings of Jacob Lawrence (1917-) in the context of African-American history lessons now have a chance to learn the full life story of this unique, dedicated artist. Though it's hard for any text to stand up against artwork this imaginative and strong (25 full-colour reproductions from Lawrence's Migration Series, Toussaint L'Ouverture series, and more, are included here), John Duggleby has crafted the tale of Lawrence's life into a satisfyingly rich and quick-moving biography. As much a history of the cultural life in 1930s Harlem as it is the story of Lawrence's upbringing, Story Painter also includes all the details necessary to make Lawrence's personal artistic life spring into being. We see him start experimenting with tempera paints at an after-school programme at the same time as he's running off to hear special black history lectures at the Harlem libraries. His dedication to his craft was obvious at a very young age, earning him support from prominent black artists like Augusta Savage, and winning him great working gigs like the Easel Project, which paid him $23.86 per week for two paintings every six weeks. Museums and gallery owners courted him as soon as he showed his work publicly; by age 30, he was considered to America's top black artist. A few years later this dizzying ascent took its toll, and Lawrence spent a nine-month stint in a hospital for depression. He soon righted himself, eventually moving to Seattle to become a distinguished art professor and mentor. Exquisitely designed, Story Painter: The Life of Jacob Lawrence builds a relationship between the full-page illustrations and their concurring partnered text that makes this book a visual splendour. The strongest colour in a painting, for example, may show up as the background colour for the accompanying words, or may be used to make a sidebar snippet of African-American poetry pop off the page. The handful of evocative black-and-white photographs of Lawrence feature beautifully drawn borders and are set against rich backgrounds of colour. This level of design sophistication and care is reverential to Lawrence and a great reward for all readers who care about art and its pursuit. (Ages 9-12) --Jean Lenihan, Amazon.com, 267815, Styles & Movements, 91, Art, Architecture & Photography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 758890, Artists, Architects & Photographers, 67, Biography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 267972, Children's & Young Adult, 67, Biography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 4511107031, General Knowledge & Trivia, 291724, Hobbies & Interests, 69, Children's Books, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 275096, Literary Theory & Movements, 275068, History & Criticism, 275389, Poetry, Drama & Criticism, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 5346488031, Art, 280199, Biographies, 52, Young Adult, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 5346489031, Cultural Heritage, 280199, Biographies, 52, Young Adult, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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The paintings of Jacob Lawrence tell stories. Stories of enslavement and freedom, of human migration and renaissance, of struggle and of triumph. A collection of these paintings provides the backdrop for this exceptional biography which tells the story of one of our finest living painters--from his family's experience in the great migration North, to his growing up in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance, to his rise as one of the most renowned painters of African American life. 25 full-color reproductions.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780811820820
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0811820823
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: CHRONICLE BOOKS
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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