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Cover for A Study In Honor, first book in The Janet Watson Chronicles. Artwork by Chris McGrath

Cover for A Study In Honor, first book in The Janet Watson Chronicles. Artwork by Chris McGrath

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Lucrezia as Poetry (c.1641). Salvator Rosa (Italian, 1615-1673). Oil on canvas. Wadsworth Atheneum. Allegorical figure paintings were popular in 17th-century Italy, but this work by Rosa is in a class of its own. It portrays his mistress, Lucrezia, as the Muse of Poetry. The traditional symbols of poetry, such as the pen, book, and laurel leaves, help to identify the subject, but it is the half defiant, half withdrawn attitude of Lucrezia that gives the portrait its particular, enigmatic…

Lucrezia as Poetry Salvator Rosa (Italian, Oil on canvas. Paintings of allegorical figures were popular in Italy, but this work by Rosa is in a.

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Janet Mock (born March is an American writer, transgender rights activist, author and the former staff editor of People magazine's website.