Carly Schabowski’s debut novel is a historical romance set during the Second World War, blending the worlds of the circus and Nazi-occupied Paris in a way that is both heart-breaking and hopeful.
Degas was a founding member of the group that staged the eight 'Impressionist' exhibitions between 1874 and 1886 in Paris, yet his art is markedly different - how do we understand his relationship to Impressionism?
Find the article from the above picture here, and read more about it below. Today’s post is a bit of a long one, with lots of links and resources, so please bear with me – but one that I feel is incredibly important to be here on my blog, even if I’m reiterating things you…
Read today's great guest post from Elizabeth Hill-Scott on Georgiana, the Duchess of Devonshire.
Kerry Postle's latest historical novel follows the final twelve years of the life of Raphael the painter and explores his relationship with La Fornarina, Margarita Luti.
I’m absolutely thrilled to be sharing my review of a brilliant book that has just been published (three days ago!) as part of a blog book tour – Natalie Jenner’s debut novel, The Jane Austen Society. I’d like to thank St Martin’s Press for gifting me an advance readers’ edition to be able to have…
What if Darcy never wrote the letter to Elizabeth after she rejected the proposal? Monica Fairview's novel explores just this, and throws a second chance at one of the best-loved fictional couples.
Happy 176th birthday Mary Cassatt, a fascinating female artist! I'm celebrating her life and work in today's post.
Take virtual tours of these seven filming locations from your favourite period dramas.
I’m so excited to be not only reviewing a new book on the blog today, but participating in the Blog Book Tour! Josi S. Kilpack’s historical romance Rakes and Roses is an uplifting tale that turns gender conventions of the romance novel on its head: in this one, it is the heroine rescuing the hero.…