The Portrait by Iain Pears
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The Portrait Summary
A perfectly rendered short novel of suspense about a painter driven to extremes.
The Portrait Reviews
"Anybody in the business of criticism, whether it be artistic or literary, will be chastened by Pears's indictment of a critic's power to make or ruin reputations." - Phblishers Weekly
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Iain Pears Author Biography
Iain Pears has worked as an art historian, a television consultant, and a journalist in England, France, Italy, and the United States. He is the author of the highly praised Art History Mysteries, the novel An Instance of the Fingerpost, a book of art history, and countless articles on artistic, financial, and historical subjects. He lives in Oxford, England.
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