review ´ Titians Boatman


  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Titians Boatman
  • Victoria Blake
  • English
  • 09 December 2019
  • 9781785300813

10 thoughts on “Titians Boatman

  1. says:

    Titian’s Boatman blends the passage of time between the 16th and the 21st centuries via two of the masterpieces of renaiss

  2. says:

    Reading Titian’s Boatman by Victoria Blake is akin to embarking on a highly enjoyable journey through gorgeous settings and two distinct periods of time This novel is a series of seemingly unrelated stories set in London Venice and New York City which slowly intertwine then merge towards the end It was fasci

  3. says:

    The art of livingIt is 1576 and Titian is living in plague ridden Venice – an old man refusing to flee from the city he loves As he waits for death to find him he thinks back to his young days when his career was just beginning re

  4. says:

    I actually don't know where to start my review as this novel just blew me away  It is beautifully written and researched with a cast of characters that drew me into their lives  There are many voices in this book; Aurora and Alberto in New York; Terry and his new love Ludovico in London; Sebastian and Tullia

  5. says:

    There is an epic vibrancy to Titian’s Boatman where the necessity of appreciating every morsel of life takes on new mea

  6. says:

    I teach History of Art lessons on the Renaissance and the Baroue and it is wonderful to be able to recommend novels to my students that recreate the atmosphere of those periodsAnd I could not recommend Titian's Boatman highly 16C Venice a time of spectacular art combined with ravaging plague comes to visceral life in the hands of Blake You can smell the oil paints in Titian's studio and the choking atmosphere of a city strugglin

  7. says:

    Visit the locations in the novel Venice London New YorkLike the twists and turns of the canals in the city of Venice this novel takes you on a remarkable journey of that city across two time zones visits to London and New York before all comin

  8. says:

    A gripping foray into 16th Century Venice interspliced with contemporary London and a Titian you can go see in the National Gallery Glorious Intrigue BeautyCreativity Loved it

  9. says:

    I really loved this book from the first page to the last Its characters are all presented very well with their emotions weaknesses inner beauty or ugliness The Venice of the 16th century very atmospheric and the modern London and New York very real I passed through many emotions while reading it I even cried at some point not necessarily the intention of the writer I definitely recommend it and it is sure to

  10. says:

    Titian’s Boatman is very different than any book I’ve read before which isn’t a bad thing In fact it was a big part of the thing that drew me to Victoria Blake’s latest novel as I often love diving into a novel I have no ide

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About the Author: Victoria Blake

Victoria Blake is the author of three highly acclaimed crime novels featuring female private eye Sam Falconer Bloodless Shadow Cutting Blades and Skin and Blister with a fourth to be published shortly She spent her childhood in ueen's College Oxford where her father was Provost and is also a ualified solicitor who has worked in publishing and bookselling.