By: Branca, Alba

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London: MacMillan, 1998. Publishers original black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Dustwrapper: unclipped, now protected in Brodart. White endpapers, no inscriptions. 340pp pages clean and bright in firm binding. Art critic Laura Millar has long been fascinated with the life and work of Dante Omega. Commissioned to write a monograph on Omega, Laura is eager to begin, despite knowing she may not be the best candidate for the job. Yet Laura's background in both Parisian and New York art circles allows her to immerse herself in the man and the work. For Laura, the monograph will also act as a panacea ro her recent divorce and the terrible betrayal by her husband Otto, of her trust, and their love. The principles he betrayed have turned Laura away from the glamorous social world they had both so comfortably inhabited to an isolated and reflective space, one which she is determined no one, and nothing apart from work, shall intrude upon. While interviewing Omega in Italy Laura stumbles upon some disturbing lithographs. A terrible truth begins to emerge. Not only concerning Omega's abuse of his talent but of those connected to him. And with this discovery, Laura is herself in danger from her past as well as her future.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fine/Very Good/Fine. 8vo.

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