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It was a nice look into what might’ve been Artemisia’s life, but I don’t have any idea why this is supposed to be a YA novel, other than maybe it’s not long and isn’t super in dep It’s a high 3 stars because it was written well, and I have to love Artemisia, always have. Elizabeth rated it did not like it Mar 17, But that’s not true. Her books have been translated into 26 languages.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. She wanted to be loved but she wasn’t very loving. It was her master, Vermeer, who was the acclaimed artist in Chevalier’s artemiska Si comincia con il processo ad Agostino, accusato di aver stuprato Artemisia.
Through page 67; Artemisia is now in Florence, the city of artists! I guess it is imagined, but it is a very true to life relationship. But what Girl has is clearly inimitable.
The Passion of Artemisia by Susan Vreeland
Huge chunks of time are glossed over, few passiohe the characters are given any personality or physical description, and the main plot arc – Artemisia’s relationship with her father – feels like it was shoehorned in.
It’s a high 3 stars because it was written well, and I have to love Artemisia, always have. View all 9 comments. The other 3-star point I’d make on this one is the representation of Artemesia and her father. Their tone is so very different. It is putting me to sleep. Oct 03, Serena.
It also dealt heavily with rape and the mentality surrounding it: Susan Vreeland con il suo “La passione di Artemisia” ci regala un affresco lungo tutto un secolo il XVII attraver “Artemisia Gentileschi, una figura tutt’ora in penombra, superficialmente riportata alla luce dalla corrente femminista. Ocher buildings with red tiled roofs and shutters the color of cinnamon or basil lined the road Women were treated like property with no rights and as true as that might be, the one problem I have with this author is that this is the only side she is willing to share in her books.
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The Passion of Artemisia
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From the first I was enthralled and through out remained encompassed by Artemisia. Quotes from La passione di Ar The title is perfect. Painting was her only passion and when she wasn’t painting, artemisiz was not particularly interesting. Every aspect of this one was sublime. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Artemesia who as I’ve stated is rather forwrad-thinking and strong willed in many ways, never directly addresses her anger and disgust at her fathers’ breaking her trust and eventually working with her rapist again.
La passione di Artemisia by Susan Vreeland (1 star ratings)
View all 8 comments. She even thought the academy would want her. She was determined Palmira would be a painter despite her having no interest artmisia painting. Secondly, I don’t like it when books analyzing art to tell you what you should be feeling, tell you why you should feel this or that or tell you what a particular paining MEANS.
Nope I just do not like this. Books by Susan Vreeland. Maybe this is not surprising in that Vreeland’s book begins with a rape trial and the last book was about a humble dk with artistic talents.
It had been sitting on my shelves for atremisia before I read it, and though I could be sorry I waited so long, somehow I’m glad for the hidden treasure it became. Salomy Almalki rated it did not like it Apr 23, However, it is in the parts where there are no documents, Essentially this novel is like sappy fan-fic for art historians.
In this case, Vreeland readily admits in the book club section at the back to leaving out her brothers and her sons. She wanted everyone to accept her for what she was, but she didn’t do that.