How did one 17th-century Dutchman's work become the world standard for art? Let Rembrandt van Rijn tell you the story of his own life and creative career, in this lighthearted and informative look at one of the world's most famous artists.
Playful cartoons and great art come together in this animated video about Vincent van Gogh. Meet Vincent, his brother Theo and fellow artist Paul Gauguin in this remarkable story of Van Gogh's life and art. Get to know this cranky visionary who would become one of the world's greatest artists.
Claude Monet and his French Impressionists "pals" are brought to life in this entertaining, animated video. Now kids can have fun learning about Monet's life and paintings through a playful combination of great art and delightful, off- the - wall cartoons.
When is an Impressionist not an Impressionist? When he's Edgar Degas! He showed his work with Cassatt, Monet, and renoir, but never considered his art to be "Impressionist" art. Why not? Young viewers will learn the reasons from an animated Degas himself, as they watch him tell the story of his life and artistic career.
Say "mother and child" and what artist comes to mind? Get to know impressionist artist Mary Cassatt, famous for her tender portraits of families and children. Why didn't Mary's father want her to be an artist? What turned Mary and her friend Edgar degas into mad scientists? What made her huge World's Fair mural so mysterious? Find out has you laugh -- and learn! -- with one of the world's best loved artists.
Michelangelo tells you his own life story on an entertaining video that mixes art history with playful cartoon humor. From his childhood and student days in Florence to his career in Rome as a sculptor, painter and architect, his tale is a factual and fun-filled introduction to one of the most famous names of the Italian Renaissance.
Who is the world's most famous Renaissance Man? Leonardo da Vinci: painter, mathematician, scientist and engineer. In this delightful animated video, Leonardo's enthusiasm and curiosity are contageous as kids laugh and learn with the painter of the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper.