Books by Sergio

REMBRANDT by Claudio Pescio
by Claudio Pescio, illustrated by Sergio
Released: March 1, 1996

"The book's great strength is its breadth, thoroughly examining the cultural, political, and religious forces at work, and its inclusion of artists who influenced and were influenced by Rembrandt. (maps, diagrams, chronology, list of works and locations, index) (Biography. 8+)"
Another fine entry in the Masters of Art series that is coming to represent the very best in art books for young people. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 30, 1995

"A time line of Giotto's life, plus a list of his art works and their locations pack even more information into this slim, beautiful volume. (index) (Picture book/biography. 9+)"
Corrain's first book explains how Gothic style—with its more realistic, humanistic emphasis that eventually characterized the art of the Renaissance—gradually replaced flat, stylized Byzantine art in architecture, paintings, and mosaics, and how Giotto's art was an important link between the two periods. Read full book review >