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Hi all: I bring you another review on behalf of Rosie’s group. This is a labour of love, and I hope you find it as interesting as I did. Picasso’s Revenge by Ray and Caroline Foulk. In the early 1920 s, immaculate gentleman, Jacques Doucet descends into the world of anarchist art, the occult and
Hi all: I bring you a book that I think will be of interest to many (and I thoroughly enjoyed): The Art Lover’s Guide to Paris (City Guides) by Boukabou Ruby There’s no doubt that Paris is brimming with some of the world’s best art. But on a trip to the City of Light, it’s
Hi all: This is an unusual book for me to review, but it is so gorgeous and would make such a perfect gift, I had to share it with you. Of course, in my opinion books are always great gifts, but if you’re looking for a spectacular book that can be enjoyed as an art
Hi all: I wanted to give you a break from book reviews (don’t worry, more to come soon) and also share a place I visited last week that I really enjoyed. Those of you who have visited Barcelona might be familiar with Sitges, a town on the coast, around half-an-hour distance from Barcelona. It is
Thanks to Teagan Geneviene for inviting me (and everybody) to an extraodinary virtual exhibition of Rob Goldstein’s art. It’s called Under the Sea and it is fantabulous! Come and visit! via Under the Sea, a Virtual Art Gallery Showcasing the work of Rob Goldstein Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookLinkedInTumblrPinterestStumble UponMorePrintPocketRedditLike this:Like Loading...
Hi all: Today I bring you a novel in one of my favourite genres. Thanks to Rosie Amber for her great review group where I keep discovering great books. PAINTED: A Horror Novel by Kirsten McKenzie If art can capture a soul, what happens when one of those souls escapes? When art appraiser Anita Cassatt is sent
Hi all: I have another review I’ve written on behalf of Rosie’s Book Review Team. I think you’ll love this one! The Lover’s Portrait: An Art Mystery (Adventures of Zelda Richardson Book 2) by Jennifer S. Alderson When a homosexual Dutch art dealer hides the stock from his gallery – rather than turn it over to his