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Net Galley Reviews “Paint it Blue”Facebooktwitterlinkedinmail

I’m honored that my book Paint it Blue just received the following insightful review by Net Galley member Susan D. Net Galley is one of the world’s most prominent online reviewers of books.

“This is the first time that I have read a book by George Thomas Clark and it is like nothing I have ever read before. The idea of writing about conversations between famous artists (dead or living) is unique, cerebral and intriguing. The lives, homes and inspiration of an artist’s world becomes alive and palpable throughout each short story. Tapping into the minds of Renoir, Norman Rockwell, Otto Dix, Frieda Kahlo & Diego Rivera, Lee Krasner, Van Gogh and Picasso represents the vast array of personalities, styles and influences on the art world that kept me wanting more as the pages were turned.

“This is a beautiful way to look at art, its history and the brilliant minds and creative hands that created it. George Thomas Clark has shed a new light on each artist and it shines brilliantly. I highly recommend this book and would like to thank the author, NetGalley and Books Go Social for an ARC in exchange for an honest book review.”


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