The Last Painting of Sara de Vos
by Dominic Smith
Editor: Allen & Unwin
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In the 1600s, Sara de Vos suddenly loses her young daughter to the disease.In her pain, she secretly began to paint a dark landscape of a girl looking at a group of skaters on the edge of the woods.In the 1950s in New York, Martijn de Groot was at the edge of a wood hanging above his bed.If it is dark, characteristic of the painting, it holds it dear and when it is stolen, it is devoid ofIn Brooklyn, in difficulty, art student Ellie Shipley accepts a commission to paint a complex imitation painting, not realizing that her decision will haunt the success of her academic career.Magnificently written, brilliantly designed and executed, filled with tension and apocalypse, The Last Painting of the Lep, by Vos is one of those rare books that stops for a while as you read them.It is a novel that you will want to see again, for the simple pleasure of watching a master at work.
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