The Fountain of St. James Court or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman, by Sena Jeter Naslund.

NaslundWith a title like that, in two parts (ok, precisely, title and subtitle), you might reasonably expect there are two stories to the story and in this case, you’d be right.  The first part of the title is specific to the current story but the second part/subtitle applies to both the (visual) artist of the 18th c. and the (novelist) artist of the present day.

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