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Anthony browne willy_picture's[1]

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  1. 1. Willy’s Pictures by Anthony Browne Instructor: Emily Chen 9231012 Anna 9231017 Candy Children’s Literature 2006 Spring
  2. 2. Anthony Browne Anthony grew up in Yorkshire, England. (1946)  He loved art and would spend hours drawing with his father. His father was an unusual man - outwardly strong and confident, but also shy and sensitive - a bit like the gorillas he love to illustrate now.
  3. 3. Anthony Browne Anthony studied graphic design and then went on to paint the insides of people's bodies for medical textbooks. After 3 years found that the work was becoming repetitive and instead began designing greetings cards.
  4. 4. Anthony Browne This in turn led him to illustrating children's books - his book Gorilla began life as a picture on a birthday card. He is fascinated by gorillas and the contrast they represent - their huge strength and gentleness. Anthony's illustrations also reveal his love of the Surrealist painters.
  5. 5. The Birthday Suit Quick, cover yourself up!!!
  6. 6. The Birth of Venus Painted in about 1485 by Sandro Botticelli 波提切利 This painting shows the goddess of love coming out of the sea and being blown to the shore by the wind gods. I think it’s the most graceful painting I’ve ever seen.
  7. 7. Lots and Lots of Dots We gradually started to notice some very strange things in the park.
  8. 8. Sunday Afternoon on theIsland of La GrandeJatte Painted between 1884-6 by Georges Seurat 喬治修拉 The painting is made from lots of tiny dots of pure color. I love the way it seems to shimmer. You have to stand back to see it properly.
  9. 9. The Kind Women I had getting a bit bored with painting all that grass.
  10. 10. The Gleaners Painted in 1867 by Jean Francois Millet 尚法蘭西斯 3 poor women collect the scant remains of the harvest; the rich are far off in the background. I find it beautiful because it is so plain.
  11. 11. Coming To Life I was just finishing this painting when I heard a small voice say, “Give us a hand.”
  12. 12. The Creation of Adam Painted between 1508-12 by Michelangelo 米開朗基羅 This is only a small detail from a huge picture which took him 4 years to paint. I’m amazed that just one mancreated such a magnificent piece of work.
  13. 13. The Mysterious Smile Can you solve the mystery?
  14. 14. Mona Lisa Painted between about 1503-6 by Leonardo da Vinci She has a very mysterious smile. What do you think she’s smiling about?
  15. 15. My Nightmare The dreadful invitation read, “You are cordially invited to attend the wedding ceremony of Millie and Buster Nose.
  16. 16. The Arnolfini Marriage Painted in 1434 by Jan van Eyck 范艾克 He could make his pictures seem very real because of the way he painted detail and light and shade. I almost feel as through I’m in the same room as these 2 people.

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