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But - you do get a little glimpse into each artist's life, even if fictionalized. I really love her novels. I'll give this one as a gift.Published 4 months ago by Janice Holt
Loved this book; recommend it highly.
Couldn't put it down.
If you love art this is your book.
Ellen in Seattle
This is a book chosen for my art book club. Each story stands on its own but some overlap with different Impressionist artists. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gail Klein
Susan Vreeland has become one of my favorite authors. In this book each of the stories brings the reader closeup to a famous artist through the eyes of someone who is in close... Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by Karen Halpern
Susan Vreeland has said that she wants to write about the enriching and uplifting power of art and she has certainly succeeded. Read morePublished on September 8, 2009 by LORAINE WELLMAN
Life Studies is a collection of short stories about art and artists by Susan Vreeland. I've read two of the stories so far and am in the middle of the third one. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by A. Sierdsma
The state of literature currently: garbage. Put an emotional shell on a conclusion to have no conclusion, and you're a "genius" according to our esteemed literary rags and... Read morePublished on February 16, 2006 by C. Blanc
The writing is sentimental. It is often amateurish or stilted. Still, occasional flashes of brilliance.Published on July 13, 2005 by Thursday