Art in the Movies: Portrait of Jennie

by Matthew Innis |

The various forms of art frequently intersect, but where they seem to meet the most often is in literature, where the mystery of the artist, or of artistic creativity and creation, regularly form the backbone of an author’s story.  In some books, like the 2014 Pulitzer-Prize winning The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt, the artwork at…

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