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A fascinating story of a woman artist's struggle to succeed against the odds in medieval Italy, both in her work and her personal life.
Though the ending fell a bit flat for me, I found a rather fanciful and compelling story between the less compelling brackets of beginning and end.
She does a wonderful job of painting a world of words for the reader ~~ and gives the reader a new appreciation of life and art and love.
Very insightful and beautifully written as all of Vreeland's books have been for me, as an artist myself.Published 27 days ago by Rachel Wierda
A compelling look at women's artistic place is early Renaissance times. Also an interesting mental travel through Rome, Florence, Venice and Naples.Published 2 months ago by Ruth Johnson
Having studied Italian Art History I was moved by this story of Artemisia Gentileschi who was the first female artist to be recognized by the Florentine Guild of Artists. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barbara R D'Atri
The book was engaging, interesting, and believable! The author clearly exposed Artemisia as sensitive, committed, vulnerable and gifted in her painting prowess! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mary Sue Harris
This book really brings the times and art of Artemisia Gentellachi and her father to life. As a lover of her painting I couldn't put it down!Published 4 months ago by Margaret French
Made me want to head to Florence, Rome,Genoa, Naples to see her works. A great review of her life. thanksPublished 5 months ago by Jana M
I enjoyed the setting and the era in which the story developed . Artemisia was a survivor and had a good heart. Her painting was her passion and her therapy.Published 6 months ago by Ross Family
I first had this in audio book and then bought the actual book to give my sister. Susan Vreeland writes historical fiction about various famous artists and does it amazingly well.Published 6 months ago by V. Karl