To celebrate the International Children Day, what do you think about a book-gift for your child/ children? The book with the colorful picture, exciting information will give them the interest. Let us show you some of the beautiful pictures on the book.
Double Portrait of Children By Paul Gauguin
This very colourful picture shows two little girls, probably sisters. They sit in front of a yellow wall with a red flower pattern. In front is the elder sister on a chair, while behind her the little sister is sitting playing. Can you see what she is holding? They are both wearing blue dresses and the younger girl seems to have a bonnet.
Gauguin was a French artist. On Tahiti, which is in the Pacific Ocean, he lived a simple life with the local people.
Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose by John Singer Sargent
Can you see what the girls in this painting are doing? They are lighting lanterns outside, very carefully. The girls are standing in the middle of a colourful summer meadow with different flowers. We can see carnations, lilies, and roses.
The title of this painting is Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose, which comes from a very well-known song at that time. It was painted by the American artist John Singer Sargent.
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Child with an Orange By Vincent van Gogh
How about a short break from playing in the fresh air? You can sit down in a meadow, surrounded by fragrant flowers, much like the little girl in this picture. To satisfy your hunger, a fresh orange is just right. Did you know that oranges came to us from faraway China over 500 years ago? If you look closely at the image you can see a lot of small brushstrokes next to each other, which makes this work of art so lively.
The Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh lived in the second half of the 19th century.
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