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The Arse in Art

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'The Arse in Art' gives you a perspective on art that you may never have appreciated. Showing the fundamental aspects of well-known images, this cheeky book challenges you to identify the full picture behind the detail.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published 2008 by Crombie Jardine
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Jul 19, 2008 Kimberley rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who enjoys are AND butt cheeks
This is a wonderful book. I personally love how the first part of the book focuses on the butt cheeks, while the back half of the book allows you to view the work of art as a whole with the butt cheeks as just a piece of the total. I think it's fun and a great addition to anyone's bookshelf.

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John Edward McKenzie Lucie-Smith, known as Edward Lucie-Smith, is an English writer, poet, art critic, curator and broadcaster.

Lucie-Smith was born in Kingston, Jamaica, moving to the United Kingdom in 1946. He was educated at The King's School, Canterbury, and, after a little time in Paris, he read History at Merton College, Oxford from 1951 to 1954.

After serving in the Royal Air Force as an Educ
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