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A moving, intuitive novel of artistic compulsion, marriage, and the secrets left behind. 'This book is complete perfection' Stephen Fry
A bestselling 'Cornish' novel, NOTES FROM AN EXHIBITION is a moving, intuitive novel of artistic compulsion, marriage, and the secrets left behind. It was a Richard & Judy bestseller.
'Poised and pitch-perfect throughout' Mail on Sunday
When troubled artist Rachel Kelly dies while painting obsessively in her attic studio in Penzance, her saintly husband and adult children have more than the usual mess to clear up. She leaves behind an extraordinary and acclaimed body of work - but she also leaves a legacy of secrets and emotional damage. What emerges is a story of a family whose love weathers tragedy, mental illness and the intolerable strain of living with a genius. Also check out these other books by popular UK gay writer Patrick Gale.
Paperback, 384 Pages, Published 2007
Author: Patrick Gale