Reviews - What do customers think about The Blue Rider: The Yellow Cow Sees the World in Blue (Adventures in Art)?
A sensory pleasure Mar 1, 2006
As a long time admirer of Marc, Klee and Kandinsky this charming book is a visit with old friends. The colors are beautiful. Although suitable to be read aloud to a young child it is equally a delight to an adult.
Ride with The Blue Riders into the Enchantment of Painting! Aug 29, 2000
What better way to introduce children to art than through the paintings of The Blue Riders, a group of painters that included Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee. The exciting story of these painters is illustrated with their bright and glorious paintings and photographs of the artists at work and play. Paintings are broken down into smaller pictures to help the reader understand recurrent themes and to pull one into the detail of each painting. Also included is an enchanting collection of hand-painted postcards from Franz Marc to Kandinsky with excerpts from his messages. Reading the text and savoring the paintings, I came away inspired and thrilled by such fun and colorful works of art. I couldn't wait to get out my paint set! I think children will feel the same.