Jo Saxton fell in love with great paintings when she first went to the National Gallery at the age of 12. Since then, she has become a professional art historian, gaining a Ph.D. in 17th-century Dutch painting and drawing, and is an expert on art and education for school-age children. Jo has worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Cambridge University, inner-city state schools and academies, and has also advised government.
'accessible and appealing'
'A colourful and inspiring introduction to modern art for children.'
'accessible and appealing' 'A colourful and inspiring introduction to modern art for children.' 'A good book for discussing art with older nursery children.' 'Brightly illustrated . . . A wonderful, manageable read for any budding artists.' 'A witty rhyming introduction to modern art for young children. . . The book is a delight, with something to offer all age groups from around three onwards.'