Discovering art history through entertaining fiction is the principle of this new collection for six to ten-year-olds.
Thanks to a wacky guide, a young girl visits the art museum in Pont-Aven, a small town in Western France which became home to some of the most famous Impressionist painters, including Paul Gauguin, Marc Chagall and Paul Sérisier. Although reluctant at first, she soon becomes keen on Paul Gauguin and the revolution of modern art at the end of the 19th century. At the end of the book, there are two pages of information about the artist with reproductions of some of his works.
Tristan Pichard is an experienced writer of youth fiction who has also been published by Baynard and Milan.
Tiphaine Boilet is a young illustrator from Nantes, qualified in illustration for publishing and press from the Ecole Pivaut. She is now publishing her first professional projects.
Key Sales Points
– A charming and pleasant little guide which will delight both young and old.
– The book provides some pecious keys to access the work of Paul Gauguin.