Discovering art history through fiction is the principle of this new collection for six to ten-year-olds. Thanks to a wacky guide, a young museum visitor overcomes his initial reluctance and becomes enthusiastic about Marc Chagall, his dreamlike universe, his half-human, half-animal beings and his odes to a vanished world. Also included are some pages of information about the artist Marc Chagall with reproductions of his works.
Tristan Pichard is an experienced writer of youth fiction who has been also published by Baynard and Milan.
PYLB: Since publishing two albums in 2011 with Canto Editions, this painter turned illustrator has worked with pleasure on several titles from the publisher Locus Solus.
Key Sales Points
– A charming little guide with attractive illustrations to delight both young and old, providing some precious keys to access the work of this great artist.