Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind: Paintings in the Novel

Art-making is a key theme in my upcoming novel, which will be published on 1 December 2015 by 47North. Here are the paintings and images that crop up in my novel. Chapter numbers are included.
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The Loss of the Mary Stanford Lifeboat, Winchelsea Church. Chapter 16

The Loss of the Mary Stanford Lifeboat, Winchelsea Church. Chapter 16

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Paolo Uccello, The Battle of San Romano, 1438-40. The National Gallery, London. Multiple chapters!

Paolo Uccello, The Battle of San Romano, 1438-40. The National Gallery, London. Multiple chapters!

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Paul Gauguin: Vision After the Sermon, 1888. Scottish National Gallery.  Chapter 4

Paul Gauguin: Vision After the Sermon, 1888. Scottish National Gallery. Chapter 4

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Paolo Uccello: The Flood (and Recession of the Flood), 1447. Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. Chapter 3.

Paolo Uccello: The Flood (and Recession of the Flood), 1447. Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. Chapter 3.

Humanist minuscule. A style of script introduced in Italy at the start of the fifteenth century. Easier to read than the more angular northern scripts, which abbreviated many words. Chapter 15.

Humanist minuscule. A style of script introduced in Italy at the start of the fifteenth century. Easier to read than the more angular northern scripts, which abbreviated many words. Chapter 15.

Saint George and the Dragon, 1430-35. Jacquemart-Ándre Museum. Chapter 3

Saint George and the Dragon, 1430-35. Jacquemart-Ándre Museum. Chapter 3

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Paul Strand: Blind, 1916, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chapter 4

Paul Strand: Blind, 1916, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chapter 4

Paolo Uccello: A scene from his Corpus Domini predella in Urbino. 1465-68. Chapter 12

Paolo Uccello: A scene from his Corpus Domini predella in Urbino. 1465-68. Chapter 12

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