The Artist: The Triptych, #2 by M G da Mota

The Artist: The Triptych, #2

byM G da Mota

Kobo ebook | May 7, 2019

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Imagine a triptych – three panels – three books. The first depicts a French aristocrat in 18th Century clothes burying a cello and a painting. The second a glamorous woman with hair in the 1920s' style, wearing a stunning red gown and playing a cello with her eyes closed. The third a frightened girl running, carrying a bundle in her arms. Connecting them all three brothers and two women in the present time. The three brothers: Antero Reeve, an architect, working in the Loire Valley, France, Armando Reeve, a musicologist, newly moved to the village of Steyning in Sussex, England, and researching the life of a great Portuguese cellist – Guilhermina Suggia – intending to write a book about her; Anselmo Reeve, a photographer, living in Munich, Germany. The two women: Ellen Matthews, a cello teacher/tutor, living in Steyning, Armando's neighbour, had a son at sixteen – Andrew – who is now thirty and an acclaimed opera/classical music conductor; Amira Denning-Deschamps, a business woman, unusually beautiful, widow, inherited her husband's fortune and business empire after his death, also had a son at 16 – Guillaume – who is now thirty and runs the empire with her.

In Book 2 – The Artist – Armando is researching Portuguese cellist Guilhermina Suggia (1885-1950) to write a book about her. He stumbles across some mysterious events in Suggia's life, a great artist and an unconventional woman. Did she have an illegitimate daughter that she kept secret? And what about Armando's own neighbour Ellen Matthews? A talented cellist herself but with an aura of mystery around her. Was Ellen's grandmother really Suggia's daughter? Is Ellen hiding something? Follow the fascinating story of two unusual, amazing women.

Title:The Artist: The Triptych, #2Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 7, 2019Publisher:​Independently Published - Flowing ProseLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1386163511

ISBN - 13:9781386163510

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Imagine a triptych – three panels – three books. The first depicts a French aristocrat in 18th Century clothes burying a cello and a painting. The second a glamorous woman with hair in the 1920s' style, wearing a stunning red gown and playing a cello with her eyes closed. The third a frightened girl running, carrying a bundle in her arms. Connecting them all three brothers and two women in the present time. The three brothers: Antero Reeve, an architect, working in the Loire Valley, France, Armando Reeve, a musicologist, newly moved to the village of Steyning in Sussex, England, and researching the life of a great Portuguese cellist – Guilhermina Suggia – intending to write a book about her; Anselmo Reeve, a photographer, living in Munich, Germany. The two women: Ellen Matthews, a cello teacher/tutor, living in Steyning, Armando's neighbour, had a son at sixteen – Andrew – who is now thirty and an acclaimed opera/classical music conductor; Amira Denning-Deschamps, a business woman, unusually beautiful, widow, inherited her husband's fortune and business empire after his death, also had a son at 16 – Guillaume – who is now thirty and runs the empire with her.In Book 2 – The Artist – Armando is researching Portuguese cellist Guilhermina Suggia (1885-1950) to write a book about her. He stumbles across some mysterious events in Suggia's life, a great artist and an unconventional woman. Did she have an illegitimate daughter that she kept secret? And what about Armando's own neighbour Ellen Matthews? A talented cellist herself but with an aura of mystery around her. Was Ellen's grandmother really Suggia's daughter? Is Ellen hiding something? Follow the fascinating story of two unusual, amazing women.