Tag Archives: Impressionism

Revenge

The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth Kostova is a long, complicated novel. I say this because the beginning of the story focuses on a male artist living in the present who is arrested after attempting to destroy a painting in The National … Continue reading

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Lasting Impression

The Marriage of Opposites is a new novel by one of my favorite authors, Alice Hoffman. This story is based on the family of Camille Pissarro the well-known impressionist artist. The story traces the history of his ancestors and their plight to … Continue reading

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Just Suppose…

The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro provides an excellent example of the best way to put the common writing prompt of “What If” to good use.  The novel, based on a real art heist which occurred in 1990 at the … Continue reading

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