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Where’s Warhol? by Catharine Ingram and Andrew Rae

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Not quite sure if this is primarily aimed at adults or children. I think both will probably enjoy some time with Where’s Warhol? by Catharine Ingram and Andrew Rae.

It's a 40-page illustrated book published by Laurence King and with a rather familiar formula. Following the principle of Where’s Wally (with Wally replaced by Warhol), the pop artist travels through time, landing in 12 iconic moments through art history. That includes everything from Michelangelo at work on the Sistine Chapel to Jean-Michel Basquait painting the streets of New York, dripping in on French Impressionists and the Bauhaus movement (plus many more) along the way.

All you have to do is find Andy in the crowd, with that crowd also including plenty of historical characters to spot too.

The archival research is by art historian Catherine Ingram and the illustrations are the work of Andrew Rae. If their work sounds like find to you (or your children), the book is available to pre-order now, selling for £9.95 online.

Find out more at the Amazon website

Via Junior Hipster




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