The gallerist /Published by : Fremantle Press, (Fremantle, WA :) , 2022 Physical details: 221 pages ; 24 cm. ISBN:9781760991272 (paperback).
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Following the death of his beloved wife, Mark Lewis, a former surgeon, has found solace in running a small art gallery. When a local woman brings a painting to Mark for valuing, she tells him it was created by a seventeen-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and that it was a gift to her sister Katy, now deceased. Why then does Charlie's abstract work look exactly like a James Devlin - painted a whole decade before that artist's career began? Mark is joined in his quest by Linda de Vries, who has connections to the school Charlie once attended. What will be the price of asking questions about the celebrated James Devlin, a man whose past is as blank as an empty canvas?