Item description for To Seize the Passing Dream - A Novel of Whistler, His Women and His World by Ted Berkman...
To Seize the Passing Dream A Novel of Whistler, His Women and His World Critical Comment: A fascinating story, very well written. This is must reading. Sheilah Graham, United Features Syndicate By some mysterious alchemy, Mr. Berkman has caught both man and artist, pinned them down like the butterfly which was Whistler's signature. Sallie C. Lampee, Sacramento Union There's wit here, and art -- a story that will haunt you, about a man you will not forget. Cleveland Amory Wonderfully written, the type of book you do not wish to put down. Ted Berkman has convincingly captured the era, the styles of the individuals portrayed, and while it is obviously largely a fictional reconstruction, it reads like a very convincing observation. Richard H. Randall, Jr. Director, the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore (Md.) Mr. Berkman has created a triumph. He sets the stage brilliantly in his Prologue. The complexities of Whistler's life are richly handled. The man behind the public mask emerges through Berkman's careful detailing and truly brilliant characterization. So few fictionalized biographies successfully wed fact with believable dialogue. Mr. Berkman's years of research have paid off. Pomona (CA) Progress-Bulletin
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.99" Width: 6.05" Height: 1.12" Weight: 1.52 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1999
Publisher Manifest Publications
ISBN 1929354037 ISBN13 9781929354030
Availability 74 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 02:14.
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More About Ted Berkman
Berkman was educated at Cornell University, and has had a long career as a newspaperman, screenwriter, composer, and United Nations official.