The Color of Paris: Tracing a Woman Artist's Path in 1907 (Volume 1)

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"It's a fabulous read!" ~ Russell Celyn Jones "Better than Midnight in Paris!" Rebecca Walker The Color of Paris vividly brings to life the sights, the sounds, the smells—the feel—of an early 20th century Paris, both bursting with and battling against new ideas and styles and romance in Picasso’s studio and Gertrude Stein’s salon.

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Claire has issues from experiencing the Great Earthquake of 1906 in San Francisco and seeing family members hurt, hates her corset and must win a painting contest or marry a dweeb in order to help her father survive.  Wolffe drinks absinthe with strange artists in forbidden ateliers, hangs with Gertrude Stein and exhibits the radical art of Picasso. A chance encounter at the Louvre may be exactly what they were looking for. Sometimes love is where you least expect it.

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"Genius story about Ecole des Beaux-Arts student!" ~ Kirsten Lobe  Author of French Hangover and French Trysts"What a pleasure it is to be in the Paris of 1907- to visit the studios of Marie Laurencin and Picasso, to walk the halls of the Beaux Arts, and to see it all through the eyes of this willful young art student from San Francisco." Ryan Harty, Pushcart Prize Winner and author of Bring Me Your Saddest Arizona. The novel, THE COLOR OF PARIS opens the door for you to the greatest art movement of the 20th century while exploring a fascinating subject: what it means to be an artist, and a woman during a time when both art and the status of women were undergoing great change. 

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