Cupid and the Silent Goddess by Alan Fisk (Book Review #1422)


‘Cupid and the Silent Goddess’ is a non-fiction book written about a painting done in 1544, commissioned by the artist Bronzino and gifted to the King of France. The painting Allegory with Venus and Cupid is well-known amongst those who appreciate art.

The story behind the painting was very interesting to read. I found it very inspiring and educational at the same time. The author’s witty penmanship also added humor to the mix, making the book all the more enjoyable.

The book provides a beautiful rendition of beauty, love, and intrigue. I recommend this book to those who are into art and history. I found the approach novel and appreciated the effort in making it.

Written by Jeyran Main

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