Art Auction Mystery Sixteen famous paintings from collections around the world have been stolen and replaced with clever forgeries Now these fake paintings along with sixteen others are going up for auction After an an

  • Title: Art Auction Mystery
  • Author: Anna Nilsen
  • ISBN: 9780753458426
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sixteen famous paintings from collections around the world have been stolen and replaced with clever forgeries Now these fake paintings, along with sixteen others, are going up for auction After an anonymous tip, the reader has to come to the rescue By comparing the paintings to the originals, the reader has all the clues to figure out which paintings are real and whichSixteen famous paintings from collections around the world have been stolen and replaced with clever forgeries Now these fake paintings, along with sixteen others, are going up for auction After an anonymous tip, the reader has to come to the rescue By comparing the paintings to the originals, the reader has all the clues to figure out which paintings are real and which are fakes Including work by the world s most famous artists, this book is part mystery, part puzzle, part art reference book, and all over fun

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    628 thoughts on “Art Auction Mystery”

    1. One needs a lot of patience for this. Complex, challenging. I wasn't up to it, and instead just skimmed the actual educational note for each painting instead of trying to solve the mystery. Otoh, art is better appreciated if one does view carefully all the details, and this book would slow down the right reader to see them.


    2. [This book was reviewed by Kimberly Weatherston, a volunteer with the Idaho Art Lab.]I like the concept of this book. I really like the concept of creating a mystery to solve in order to get young people interested in studying famous artworks. I really wanted to like the book, but in execution it doesn't quite live up to the concept. The setup is very simple and straightforward - here's what you need to do, here's how to do it, here's an example of how to solve one of the puzzles.I think my bigg [...]


    3. This book was great! It is a graphic novel that teaches about priceless art from around the world. This book infuses art, social studies, and math. For social studies one could use it to tell about different parts of the world, the economics associated with art, and the cultures of the people about whom this art was created. The math integration the children are to find out the value of the art pieces. This book can be used in so many ways. I'm sure the art teacher in the school would appreciate [...]


    4. I did this book with my 4th grader. In it, you are the detective that studies various paintings to spot which ones are forgeries. There are 16 forgeries and 34 paintings, and this is not as easy as you might think. I missed one.I thought the book was well done, and that it gave a good selection of various famous artists' works. It was a unique idea.


    5. My 10 year old and I are having fun reading this together. I see that it shows useful application skills in charting the money trail to forgers and sponsors!Slick layout and description of art paintings.


    6. Awesome awesome way to engage in fine art and study famous works by comparing originals and "forgeries". Accessible to ages 7-12, can be read alone ages 8-12 too.


    7. I've got to admit, this was pretty slick. I am not an art lover in any way, shape or form, but I really liked this book. It was a painless, fun way of looking at some famous pieces of art.


    8. LOVED this book!! What a great way to "trick" kids into learning about art. While they are at it, they can do so math cyphering too in a fun manner. Just a really, really creative idea.


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