A picture is worth a thousand plot points in Hannah Rothschild’s bright, champagne-fizzy satire of modern romance, human avarice, and the booming international art market. The book’s namesake—and the object of nearly every character’s obsession or transgression—is an unassuming 18th-century pastoral by the doomed French rococo artist Jean-Antoine Watteau.
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