- Author:Rosemary Enright
- Publisher:St Martins Pr; 1st U.S. ed edition (June 1, 1994)
- Pages:384 pages
- Subcategory:British & Irish
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AN ARTIST'S PASSION Young Englishwoman Isobel Jefferson is delighted to gain employment as an au pair to a couple in Milan, certain the history and romance of Italy will inspire her artistic talent. But instead of nurturing dreams, Isobel is trapped in the nightmare world of her employer, Nina Fischer, an artist and Holocaust victim now descending into madness.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. AN ARTIST'S PASSION Young Englishwoman Isobel Jefferson is delighted to gain employment as an au pair to a couple in Milan.
First published as Signed by the artist in Great Britain by New English Library"-T. An artist's success story, despite great odds. She is Isobel Jefferson, an Englishwoman who goes to Italy to pursue her art studies. In Milan, a wealthy family introduces her to society where she meets her husband, but he dies soon after. Pregnant, she strikes out on her own and becomes famous.
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Isobel Grey (formerly Crawley, née Turnbull; b. between 1853 and 1862), the Baroness Merton, is a doctor's daughter and a member-in-law of the Crawley family and the Grey family. between 1853 and 1862), the Baroness Merton, is a doctor's daughter and a member-in-law of the Crawley family and the Grey family; the former by her late husband Dr Reginald Crawley, her late son Matthew Crawley's marriage to the aristocratic Lady Mary Crawley and by her grandson George Crawley. In 1925, she married the Baron Merton, and became the stepmother of Larry Grey and Timothy Grey.
Rosemary Enright Rosemary Enright in . Social Security Death Index (SSDI). Rosemary Enright (born McDonough) was born on month day 1913, at birth place, Ohio, to Thomas James McDonough and Catherine Lenore McDonough (born Sweeney). Rosemary Enright was born on August 17 1881. Thomas was born on March 22 1870, in Cleveland, OH, USA.
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