Tulip FeverBook - 2005
During the 1630's in Amsterdam, local inhabitants sought to secure immortality by having their respective portraits painted. Sophia Sandvoort sits for such a portrait next to her elderly husband Cornelis. The surroundings included objects representing her husband's piety along with a tulip. For Cornelis has made money from the speculation on this flower and its bulbs. Houwver, as Jan van Loos begins to capture Sophia's likeness on canvas, a slow passion progresses between them.
Publisher: New York : Dial PressTrade Paperbacks, 2005
Branch Call Number: F MOG
Characteristics: 281 pages ; 21 cm
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