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Paris Red

Autor: Gibbon, Maureen

Editorial: W. W. Norton & Company

Formato:Tapa Dura
Precio de Lista:$24.95
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Resumen:

Paris Red : Paris, 1862. A young girl in a threadbare dress and green boots, hungry for experience, meets the mysterious and wealthy artist Édouard Manet. The encounter will change her - and the art world - forever.

At seventeen, Victorine Meurent abandons her old life to become immersed in the Parisian society of dance halls and cafés, meeting writers and artists like Baudelaire and Alfred Stevens. As Manet's model, Victorine explores a world of new possibilities and stirs the artist to push the boundaries of painting in his infamous portrait Olympia, which scandalizes even the most cosmopolitan city.

Manet becomes himself because of Victorine. But who does she become, that figure on the divan?

Intense, erotic, and beautifully wrought, Paris Red evokes the unconventional love story of a painter and his muse that changed the history of art.


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Ficción   Historical

ISBN 13:9780393244465
ISBN 10:0393244466
Formato:Tapa Dura
Idioma:Inglés
Páginas:282
Tamaño:8.58" l x 5.81" w x 1.03" h
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