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The Painter's Apprentice: A Novel of 16th-Century Venice (Venetian Artisans) Kindle Edition
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As an artist, I particularly enjoyed the fascinating, detailed portrayal of the gilding technique, the pigment mixing mediums, and the wood panel preparations. Clearly, Ms. Morelli did her homework, but never did these details feel textbook or tutorial, but rather they are worked into the narrative seamlessly.
I cheered for Maria Bartolini, the protagonist, whose work ethic and love for her father and her paramour remained steadfast despite the many hurdles and heartaches in her path.
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