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THE DRAWING LESSON, Chapter 2


Suspense, mystery, art, collaboration, apothecary, alchemist, allegory, symbolism, authoritarianism, Blitz, creativity, dictatorship, free speech, friendship, holograph, holographic art, love, medical experiments, passion, philosophic, spiritual, trust, vision, painting, conceptual art

CHAPTER 2 #novels about artists #literary suspense.The Drawing Lesson, the first in The Trilogy of Remembrance. Has the creative spirit of a great artist died? Has Rinaldo so undermined Alexander with the scene at the Tate Modern? Enjoy chapter 2 and get your copy of the novel here. The Drawing Lesson: Despite my telephone messages, […]

THE DRAWING LESSON, Chapter 1


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The Drawing Lesson, the first in The Trilogy of Remembrance. Lines are drawn and the battle begins at The Tate Modern. Enjoy a chapter and get your copy of the novel here. #novels about artists #literary suspense.  LONDON  Chapter 1 The Drawing Lesson. At the Tate Modern Gallery, women swirling about in their elegant cocktail […]

THE ART OF THE POLITICIAN


Painting, creativity, Cyberspace adventure, time-traveler, magic realism, Marrakech, London, Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Second World War, Hitler,

Walking along the Victoria Embankment in my city of London, I suddenly felt a little light headed and then dizzy. Soft swishing sounds began to accompany my every movement. When I closed my eyes, beautifully coloured, exotic images from another place and time appeared before me. Within another moment, I was no longer facing the […]

Daphne, the Reluctant Muse


Perhaps you are wondering just who is speaking to you?     You’ll recall, I’m James Helmsworth, Alexander Wainwright’s art dealer. If you’ve read The Trilogy of Remembrance, you’ll undoubtedly have questions about artists and their muses. Is it love? More than love? Or something all together different? I know that Daphne Bersault, whom I […]

The Artist’s Visions


ALT: award winning novels, Vermeer, art, London, National Gallery, Girl with the Pearl Earring, Girl with the Red Hat, Lace Maker, creativity, visions

These stories are developed from the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance [The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing] and are designed to entice you to read them. Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter and visionary artist, is the star. Think of them as delightful appetizers. Enjoy and respond!   Last week […]