Introduction • The Works • Golden Slumber, Constantin Brâncusi; Floaty Fantastical, Wassily Kandinsky; Scary Scrawls, Jean-Michel Basquiat; Bottled Up, El Anatsui; Mellow(ish) Yellow, Pierre Bonnard; Gone to Pieces, Georges Braque; Stretching the Truth, Amedeo Modigliani; Love and a Huge Chicken, Marc Chagall; Wheely Unusual, Marcel Duchamp; Swirling Swine, Robert Delaunay; Sssnaky Stuff, Meret Oppenheim; Wrestling With Art, Natalia Goncharova; Tied Together, Sheila Hicks; Me, Me, Me, Frida Kahlo; Mirror Bowl, Anish Kapoor; Blue Butt Boogie, Yves Klein; An Eye for a Fly, Martial Raysse; Dingy Dreams, Joan Miró; Good Grid!, Piet Mondrian; Cow of Wonders, Niki de Saint Phalle; Cut into Colour, Henri Matisse; All Lined Up, Aurelie Nemours; Not A-Muse-d, Pablo Picasso; What a Drip, Jackson Pollock; Argh, My Eyes!, Victor Vasarely; Looking A-Head, Sophie Taeuber-Arp; Play Time, Jean Arp; On Repeat, Andy Warhol; Flashy Dresser, Atsuko Tanaka; Great Wall of Trash, Louise Nevelson • Timeline, Glossary, List of Artworks
About the Author
Alice Harman has written over twenty books for children. She developed the award-winning book about art, Why is art full of naked people?. Serge Bloch is a multiple-award-winning illustrator. Thames & Hudson published his book The Big Adventure of the Little Line in 2015.