By Carol M. Cram
Sofia is informed in mystery as a painter in her father’s workshop in the course of a time whilst ladies didn't paint overtly. She loves her paintings, yet her stressed spirit leads her to betray her impressive presents to marry a guy who involves despise her for now not generating a son.
After Sofia’s father is beaten by way of his personal fresco in the course of an assault encouraged through a vendetta, Sofia realizes she needs to get away her loveless marriage. She flees to Siena, the place, disguised as a boy, she paints back. while her paintings draws the attention of a nobleman who discovers the girl lower than the soiled smock, Sofia is confronted with a decision that almost destroys her.
Meticulously researched settings and compelling characters are united with a robust heroine during this wealthy portrait of medieval Italy.
Revised version: This version of The Towers of Tuscany comprises editorial revisions.