7 edition of Girl in Hyacinth Blue found in the catalog.
November 12, 2001
by Highbridge Audio
Written in English
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What does Girl in Hyacinth Blue suggest about the value, both personal and monetary, and the function and purpose of art? 2. Why would the author structure the novel in reverse chronology? What are the advantages or disadvantages of telling the story this way? 3. Discuss the different ways in which the painting—the girl—spoke to her. About Girl in Hyacinth Blue. The New York Times bestselling luminous tale about art and human experience that is as breathtaking as any Vermeer painting “A little gem of a novel [and a] beautifully written exploration of the power of art.” —Parade A professor invites a colleague from the art department to his home to see a painting that he has kept secret for decades.
What is Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland About? In Susan Vreeland’s Girl in Hyacinth Blue, the star in the story is a Johannes Vermeer painting. After Dean Merrill’s funeral, a few colleagues from the mathematics department are talking, and at some point, the conversation moves to last words spoken. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland l Summary & Study Guide by BookRags at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Due to COVID, orders may be : Bookrags.
Susan Vreeland's second novel, "Girl in Hyacinth Blue," may be a book about a painting, but it is never content with surfaces. Tracing the influence of one extraordinary picture on a succession of human lives, it touches gently yet thoughtfully on such weighty topics as the immortality of a great artwork and the ways in which art can be used for various ends. Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland in FB2, FB3, TXT download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader! All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%().
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The Girl in Hyacinth Blue, by Susan Vreeland, was a well-written, thought provoking and inspiring book; but to tell you the truth, I probably would not have finished it if it werent for the fact that I was in a book club that keeps me accountable/5. Girl in Hyacinth Blue is a lovely historical fiction with a twist~the tale is told backwards starting from the present and working its way back in time.
The main character is a painting~supposedly a rare original by Vermeer. Knowing nothing about art history, this means little to me. Luckily, you don't have to know art history to enjoy the book/5(). Girl in Girl in Hyacinth Blue book Blue is a novel by Susan Vreeland consisting of eight interlinked short stories.
The book follows the owners of a painting by Vermeer of the same name, from the present day back to the mid-seventeenth century when it was painted. Summary and reviews of Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland, plus links to a book excerpt from Girl in Hyacinth Blue and author biography of Susan Vreeland.
Vreeland’s wonderful second outing (What Love Sees,not seen) is a novel made of stories, each delving farther into the provenance of a Vermeer painting, and each capturing a moment of life, much as the great painter did himself.
The only wobble in this elegant little book is at the start, where a stiffness in Girl in Hyacinth Blue book may be intended but jars even so: a high-school math Author: Susan Vreeland.
Such is the case of the Vermeer painting, Girl in Hyacinth Blue, as described by author Susan Vreeland. The painting—this girl so simple in her dress and demeanor—immediately claims a space in each of her owners' hearts and lives, as an intimate relationship is formed between objet d'art and her possessor/5(85).
Free download or read online Girl in Hyacinth Blue pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Susan Vreeland. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are,/5.
The Girl in Hyacinth Blue should appeal to readers who enjoy non traditional love stories. Reviewed by Linda Salisbury September / October Disclosure: This article is not an endorsement, but a review.
The author of this book provided free copies of the book to have their book reviewed by a professional reviewer.5/5. What does Girl in Hyacinth Blue suggest about the value (personal and monetary) and function/purpose of art?; How does art serve us.
Why do we need it. Do you feel the author is focusing more on the role of art or the nature of life. This painting seems to have a different effect on each of the owners.
Girl in Hyacinth Blue Susan Vreeland, Author MacAdam/Cage Publishing $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author ""Magdalena Looking,"" which closes the book, reflects.
Girl in Hyacinth Blue Book Summary and Study Guide. Susan Vreeland Booklist Susan Vreeland Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Girl in Hyacinth Blue; Susan Vreeland's Girl in Hyacinth Blue traces the changing ownership of a fictional Vermeer painting over several centuries, from its creation to modern day, and fleshes out the.
The Girl in Hyacinth Blue proceeds backward in time, following the history of one Vermeer painting, of a girl in a blue wrap, inside of an open window. The painting has enormous value in the present, but as the novel proceeds back to the time when it was painted, its value rises and falls based on whether its owners know where it came from, and.
A most extraordinary painting in which a young girl wearing a short blue smock over a rust-colored skirt sat in profile at a table by an open window. “My God,” I said. It must have been what he’d wanted to hear, for it unleashed a string of directives, delivered at high pitch.4/5(32).
Girl in Hyacinth Blue audiobook, by Susan Vreeland Picture this: "A most extraordinary painting in which a young girl wearing a short blue smock over a rust-colored skirt sat in profile at a table by an open window." Susan Vreeland imagined just such a humble domestic scene, suggested it was created in 17th-century Holland, and 3/5.
usan Vreeland's second novel, ''Girl in Hyacinth Blue,'' may be a book about a painting, but it is never content with surfaces.
Tracing the influence of one extraordinary picture on a succession of human lives, it touches gently yet thoughtfully on such weighty topics as the immortality of a great artwork and the ways in which art can be used for various ends.
Picture this: "A most extraordinary painting in which a young girl wearing a short blue smock over a rust-colored skirt sat in profile at a table by an open window." Susan Vreeland imagined just such a humble domestic scene, suggested it was created in 17th-century Holland, and attributed it to Jan Vermeer.
Then she wrote a beguiling novel about this canvas, which so Author: Susan Vreeland. Editions for Girl in Hyacinth Blue: X (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Hardcover published in Cited by: 3. Girl in Hyacinth Blue. About the Book Girl in Hyacinth Blue.
by Susan Vreeland. This luminous story begins in the present day, when a professor invites a colleague to his home to see a painting that he has kept secret for decades. The professor swears it is a Vermeer but why has he hidden this important work for so long.
Girl in Hyacinth Blue - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis Susan Vreeland This Study Guide consists of approximately 26 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Girl in Hyacinth Blue.
I placed the painting in the small drawing room, above a blue velvet chaise that intensified the blue in the girl’s smock which hung in graceful folds of that luscious deep blue of the early hyacinths when the blooms are just beginning to open, not the paler blue after they’ve waned.4/5(32).
When a shy, private-school math teacher, Cornelius Engelbrecht, discovers a canvas thought to be a Vermeer, Girl in Hyacinth Blue, a touching and beautifully-written book, begins a fascinating journey back through time to trace the history of the recht's father's dying words had been, "An eye like a blue pearl," referring to the female figure in the painting, that of a Cited by: 3.Girl in Hyacinth Blue By SUSAN VREELAND MacMurray & Beck.
The line between memory and imagination was muddled by years of intense rumination, of horrified reading, one book after another devoured with carnivorous urgency—histories, personal accounts, diaries, documents, war novels—and Cornelius could not be sure now what parts he'd read.Brush with Fate is a television film debuted on February 2,on followed the life of an imaginary painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer as it passes through the hands of various people.
The film was based on Girl In Hyacinth Blue, a novel by author Susan Vreeland, and starred Glenn Close and Ellen imaginary painting 'Girl in Hyacinth Blue', the Directed by: Brent Shields.