In writing this book, Alma Jones Collins has offered a light-hearted visit to the oldest public art museum in the United States. Through the eyes of the precocious Danielle, you will enjoy a capricious view of the most representative works of art in the collection of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.
As an art critic, Danielle is blissfully unaware of the fact that her critiques are less than erudite. She is willing to concede, however, that some of her sweeping judgments are "just my opinion". Readers can be reassured that Danielle's opinions will have no effect on art history since each work is properly and respectfully identified in the section "What Danielle Can Learn."Details: By Alma Jones Collins