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I recommend Gary Inbinder's novel to all who enjoy art, social commentary, and superb writing.
Great artists throughout the centuries have been peculiarly prone to the belief their Art was the most important factor in the universe.
In short, Inbinder's vivid language and memorable characters immerse the reader in the nineteenth-century European art scene.
Marcia Brownlow, a young artist among a group of American expatriates in late 19th century Europe, began her journey as a governess when her family fell on hard times and left her... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Arleigh C. Johnson
Gumption and style: the ingredients that have had lectors love heroines from Moll Flanders through Becky Sharp and Scarlett O'Hara to Lisbeth Salander are definitely present in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Johanna Miklos
Gary Inbinder has created a very powerful character in Marcia Brownlow. I found this book to be beautifully written. Mr. Read morePublished on June 17, 2012 by Lauren G
What I enjoyed most about Gary Inbinder's fascinating and impeccably researched novel, THE FLOWER TO THE PAINTER (Fireship Press) was its power to make me question the feasibility... Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by Mary Donnarumma Sharnick
1876; Florence, Italy.
Marcia Brownlow, a young American woman sojourning in Italy, has just been fired from her position as a governess for fighting back when her... Read more
This was a quick read which takes one through the salons of Italy, France and England during the period of the budding movement in Impressionism. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by Denise Louie