The Lady and the Unicorn by Tracy Chevalier

This is another of Chavalier’s books about famous works of art, this time the unicorn tapestries from the 15th century.  This tale is woven in not quite as complicated a manner as a tapestry, though the stories told are rich.  I wished the character of the artist, Nicholas des Innocents, had been written deeper; I couldn’t quite understand his appeal to all the women falling for him.

Reviewed by Alpha


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