Looking At Art leads children into the world and sensibilities of some of India's finest artists – contemporary, traditional and folk. It is an engaging introduction to art and th artist through story, memoir and biography, as well as valuable resource for the understanding of art. Covering diverse forms of visual expression, it gives young readers a wider and more inclusive idea of art.
Barefoot Husain is one of a set of four books by Anjali Raghbeer feturing contemporary artists from four different part of India – Amrita Sher-Gill, Jamini Roy, Ravi Varma nad Maqbool Fida Husain.
When Husain loses his shoes, Jai offers to help him find them. The two then take off on a crazy journey, zooming in and out of paintings, through milestones in M. F. Husain's life. What happens when the always barefoot Husain finally finds and wears a pair of shoes? The fun story takes off from some of the painter's famous woks, including his distinctive horses, and ends with an interesting comment on his celebrated free spirit!