SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: ART MASTERPIECE MYSTERIES 2
In this book of 25 famous paintings, you will find anywhere from 9 to 13 changes that were made to the originalsfrom some very obvious differences all the way down to the tiniest little detail. The original painting and the one in containing the changes are side by side, so you must inspect them both ever so carefully! Just remember: the original work always appears on the left side! Use you keen observational skills to compare the two pages, and see if you can detect all the differences that appear on the right side of the page. Answers are in the back, but no peeking!
Art activities are a powerful tool in the fight to improve the quality of daily life for people living with dementia. Art is lively, expressive and non-verbal; providing an accessible outlet for creativity while stirring memory and enabling personal choice.
Two identical-looking color reproductions of a masterpiece appear side by side — but a careful search reveals a variety of subtle differences. In addition to providing hours of challenging fun and sharpening observational skills, this book encourages art appreciation and offers fun facts about paintings and artists. Featured works include van Gogh's Self-Portrait, Munch's The Scream, Gainsborough's The Blue Boy, plus paintings by Cassat, Manet, and Goya.
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