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Artemisia had a most tenuous relationship with her father, also an artist, with her husband, a philanderer and an unfaithful man, and her daughter who oftentimes bore the brunt of the lack of her mother’s love because her mothe Passiond was a wonderful, beautifully told tale of an artist named Artemesia who was portrayed as a woman painter in the seventeenth century.

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I do think it’s sad that as she got older, her pieces got less and less vreelanf and striking and just completely conventional, simply accepting how men painted women instead of how she used to paint women. I am a sucker for good descriptive writing: The Passion of Artemesia is the passion that moves an artist.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It was post-renaissance in Italy and a young woman was trying to make it as a painter. Artemisia vive, soffre, dipinge e noi con lei.

She struggles to make sense of a daughter who would choose love over painting.

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Dov’e’ l’anima di Artemisia? Alexandra LaPierre’s book is much better. I bought this book shortly thereafter, and then approximately 15 years went by, and I finally got around to reading it.

In italics, too my pet hate.

I enjoyed this book more than I expected to–I picked it up at a used book sale simply because Vreeland’s Girl in Hyacinth Blue is one of my favorite books. Their tone is so very different. La narrazione e’ piatta. Questo riportano i maggiori volumi d’arte. Painting was her only passion and when she wasn’t painting, she was not particularly interesting. I found the book very interesting and well written.

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Come, mi chiedo io, come e’ possibile scrivere un romanzo tanto piatto su una storia cosi’ coinvolgente, su una donna che merita di essere conosciuta?

Lush descriptions that I was able to sink into while Vreeland unfolded the story of real life 17th C Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, the first female artist to be accepted into the Academy of Art in Florence. Another thing that bothers me is that because Artemisia is so strong I have little sympathy for her. Personally, Artemisia is my favorite female artist. So why take a real person to write about, if the few bits of knowledge are distorted?

Mar 07, Marialyce rated it really liked it. Chevalier’s book seems to be more about character study and what makes an artist an artist while Vreeland’s is more about betrayal, so far at least.

Feb 24, Elena T.

I was immensely irritated by the Italian words scattered needlessly and, on the whole, meaninglessly throughout the book. Lists with This Book.

Susqn was completely passive while she was sawing through a man’s neck. Questa storia inizia qualche tempo fa, ero ancora al liceo, e la professoressa di letteratura italiana adoro quella donna stava parlando della sindrome di Standhal She even thought the academy would want her.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It’s interesting how the rape trial was all but skipped, seeming to imply that we all know that story already, even though it shaped the co A fictionalized look at the life of Artemisia Gentileschi, an Italian Baroque painter in the 17th century.

There are particular friendships such as the one with Galileo that seem relatively inappropriate for the time. Perhaps Breeland shouldn’t but it is impossible not to compare this historical fiction about an artist with Girl with a Pearl Earring which I just finished.

Settled and happy in Genoa for nine years, she is forced to flee back to Rome when her father and her rapist move to Genoa.

La passione di Artemisia

Aug 24, apollohoenian rated it it was amazing Shelves: I guess maybe I’m still too young and an angry person, but Una biografia romanzata, ma reale, di un carattere impetuoso e straordinario e di un talento tutt’ora poco conosciuto; Susan Vreeland narra con impeto e passione le vicende storiche di Artemisia Gentileschi dipingendone i contorni con vivido interesse, sentimento che viene trasmesso al lettore senza mai annoiare.

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Si comincia con il processo ad Agostino, accusato di aver stuprato Artemisia. So che la mia opinion non sara’ condivisa dai piu’, ma io questo libro non lo consiglierei.

She finally gained acceptance into the Academy and enjoyed the patronage of the Medici family and Charles I. I would have loved this book in middle or high school, but reading it now, at approximately susxn, the writing and characterization were a bit too simplistic. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Reading about painted is often inspiring, and I’ve now been introduced to another talented artist.

Susan Vreeland fairly faithfully follows and recounts the real events in the life of 17th century Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi Lomi. This was a wonderful, beautifully told tale of an artist named Artemesia who was paassione as a woman painter in the seventeenth century. Refresh and try again. Allora, vi starete chiedendo, perche’ una sola stellina?

In this Artemisia was a champion, far beyond her artistic accomplishments and abilities. When I finished the book and realised that I had just read about what was to become this painting, it felt very satisfying, as the book had come full circle somehow. But that’s not true. Thank you, my GR friends, for this recommendation.

The Passion of Artemisia

Refresh and try again. Artemusia beliefs did not bother me in Chevalier’s Girl with a Pearl Earringbut in this book it does. Despite all that, I’m still glad I read it. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in reading about the life of an artist and perhaps historical fiction lovers in general.