Estelle Linda Stewart Henley

Estelle

Author: Linda Stewart Henley
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Book Title
Estelle
Author
Linda Stewart Henley
ISBN
9781631527913
When Edgar Degas visits his French Creole relatives in New Orleans from 1872 to '73, Estelle, his cousin and sister-in-law, encourages the artist--who has not yet achieved recognition and struggles to find inspiration--to paint portraits of their family members. In 1970, Anne Gautier, a young artist, finds connections between her ancestors and Degas while renovating the New Orleans house she has inherited. When Anne finds two identical portraits of Estelle, she discovers disturbing truths that change her life as she searches for meaningful artistic expression--just as Degas did one hundred years earlier. A gripping historical novel told by two women living a century apart, Estelle combines mystery, family saga, art, and romance in its exploration of the man Degas was before he became the artist famous around the world today.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Linda Stewart HenleyPublisher: She Writes PressPublished: 08/25/2020ISBN: 9781631527913Pages: 296Weight: 0.85lbsSize: 8.50h x 5.50w x 1.00d
When Edgar Degas visits his French Creole relatives in New Orleans from 1872 to '73, Estelle, his cousin and sister-in-law, encourages the artist--who has not yet achieved recognition and struggles to find inspiration--to paint portraits of their family members.

In 1970, Anne Gautier, a young artist, finds connections between her ancestors and Degas while renovating the New Orleans house she has inherited. When Anne finds two identical portraits of Estelle, she discovers disturbing truths that change her life as she searches for meaningful artistic expression--just as Degas did one hundred years earlier.

A gripping historical novel told by two women living a century apart, Estelle combines mystery, family saga, art, and romance in its exploration of the man Degas was before he became the artist famous around the world today.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Linda Stewart Henley
Publisher: She Writes Press
Published: 08/25/2020
ISBN: 9781631527913
Pages: 296
Weight: 0.85lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 1.00d
When Edgar Degas visits his French Creole relatives in New Orleans from 1872 to '73, Estelle, his cousin and sister-in-law, encourages the artist--who has not yet achieved recognition and struggles to find inspiration--to paint portraits of their family members.

In 1970, Anne Gautier, a young artist, finds connections between her ancestors and Degas while renovating the New Orleans house she has inherited. When Anne finds two identical portraits of Estelle, she discovers disturbing truths that change her life as she searches for meaningful artistic expression--just as Degas did one hundred years earlier.

A gripping historical novel told by two women living a century apart, Estelle combines mystery, family saga, art, and romance in its exploration of the man Degas was before he became the artist famous around the world today.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Linda Stewart Henley
Publisher: She Writes Press
Published: 08/25/2020
ISBN: 9781631527913
Pages: 296
Weight: 0.85lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 1.00d