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➹ [Read] ➵ The Competition By Donna Russo Morin ➼ – Camberleyhotel.co.uk Donna Russo Morin returns with a follow up to Portrait of a Conspiracy called “a page turner unlike any historical novel weaving passion adventure artistic rebirth and conseuences of ambition” by CWDonna Russo Morin returns with a follow up to Portrait of a Conspiracy called “a page turner unlike any historical novel weaving passion adventure artistic rebirth and conseuences of ambition” by CW Gortner In a studiolo behind a church six women gather to perform an act that is at once restorative powerful and illegal They paint Under the tutelage of Leonardo da Vinci these six show talent and drive eual to that of any man but in Renaissance Florence they must hide their skills or risk the scorn of the cityA commission to paint a fresco in Santo Spirito is announced and Florence’s countless artists each seek the fame and glory this lucrative job will provide Viviana a noblewoman freed from a terrible marriage and now free to pursue her artistic passions in secret sees a potential life altering opportunity for herself and her fellow female artists The women first speak to Lorenzo de’ Medici himself and finally they submit a bid for the right to paint it And they win But the church will not stand for women painting especially not in a house of worship The city is not ready to consider women in positions of power and in Florence artists wield tremendous power Even the women themselves are hesitant the attention they will bring upon themselves will disrupt their families and could put them in physical dangerAll the while Viviana grows closer to Sansone her soldier lover who is bringing her joy that she never knew with her deceased husband And fellow artist Isabetta has her own romantic life to distract her sparked by Lorenzo himself Power and passion collide in this sumptuous historical novel of shattering limitations one brushstroke at a time.

Donna Russo Morin returns with a follow up to Portrait of a Conspiracy called “a page turner unlike any historical novel weaving passion adventure artistic rebirth and conseuences of ambition” by CW Gortner In a studiolo behind a church six women gather to perform an act that is at once restorative powerful and illegal They paint Under the tutelage of Leonardo da Vinci these six show talent and drive eual to that of any man but in Renaissance Florence they must hide their skills or risk the scorn of the cityA commission to paint a fresco in Santo Spirito is announced and Florence’s countless artists each seek the fame and glory this lucrative job will provide Viviana a noblewoman freed from a terrible marriage and now free to pursue her artistic passions in secret sees a potential life altering opportunity for herself and her fellow female artists The women first speak to Lorenzo de’ Medici himself and finally they submit a bid for the right to paint it And they win But the church will not stand for women painting especially not in a house of worship The city is not ready to consider women in positions of power and in Florence artists wield tremendous power Even the women themselves are hesitant the attention they will bring upon themselves will disrupt their families and could put them in physical dangerAll the while Viviana grows closer to Sansone her soldier lover who is bringing her joy that she never knew with her deceased husband And fellow artist Isabetta has her own romantic life to distract her sparked by Lorenzo himself Power and passion collide in this sumptuous historical novel of shattering limitations one brushstroke at a time.

ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ ×

ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ ×

competition mobile The Competition EpubDonna Russo Morin returns with a follow up to Portrait of a Conspiracy called “a page turner unlike any historical novel weaving passion adventure artistic rebirth and conseuences of ambition” by CW Gortner In a studiolo behind a church six women gather to perform an act that is at once restorative powerful and illegal They paint Under the tutelage of Leonardo da Vinci these six show talent and drive eual to that of any man but in Renaissance Florence they must hide their skills or risk the scorn of the cityA commission to paint a fresco in Santo Spirito is announced and Florence’s countless artists each seek the fame and glory this lucrative job will provide Viviana a noblewoman freed from a terrible marriage and now free to pursue her artistic passions in secret sees a potential life altering opportunity for herself and her fellow female artists The women first speak to Lorenzo de’ Medici himself and finally they submit a bid for the right to paint it And they win But the church will not stand for women painting especially not in a house of worship The city is not ready to consider women in positions of power and in Florence artists wield tremendous power Even the women themselves are hesitant the attention they will bring upon themselves will disrupt their families and could put them in physical dangerAll the while Viviana grows closer to Sansone her soldier lover who is bringing her joy that she never knew with her deceased husband And fellow artist Isabetta has her own romantic life to distract her sparked by Lorenzo himself Power and passion collide in this sumptuous historical novel of shattering limitations one brushstroke at a time.

5 thoughts on “The Competition

  1. Annie from the wood Annie from the wood says:

    ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ × competition mobile, The Competition Epubabsolutely adored this book as much if not than the first I adore the city of Florence and know it well so it was wonderful to walk the streets with the characters It brings alive one of the most interesting periods of history and I loved the historical personalities that the author brings to life so well An absolutely charming book which I enjoyed from beginning to end I look forward to reading from Donna


  2. xakerspro Customer xakerspro Customer says:

    ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ × competition mobile, The Competition EpubI really loved this seuel to Da Vinci's Disciples A seemingly well researched book and in my opinion beautifully writtenCan't wait for the third book


  3. Just Jennifer a bookworm Just Jennifer a bookworm says:

    ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ × competition mobile, The Competition EpubThis book moved me Not only do I love Italian Renaissance but the biggest most noticeable thing is that men's view of women hasn't changed much in 500 years This was a story of women of courage strength who against all odds created their destiny Hope there's another bellAdonna Morin


  4. Kathryn Eminhizer Kathryn Eminhizer says:

    ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ × competition mobile, The Competition EpubA very compelling tale of determination courage and passion The historical details are magnificent The characters in this second book really come into their own much than in the first installment of the series


  5. Judith Tilden Judith Tilden says:

    ePUB Donna Russo Morin × The Competition eBook ☆ × competition mobile, The Competition EpubI enjoyed the first book in this series very much but I was disappointed in this one Author Morin is a beautiful writer but I was put off by the focus being on the personal lives of the six women artists and less on their art although I enjoyed learning about painting frescoesMy main concern however is what seems like a discrepancy in the plot The women bid on the oppor


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