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Presented with the Art History Department, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, and the Fairfield University Art Museum

Fans of “behind-the-scenes stories” won’t want to miss Jonathan Santlofer’s discussion of art history and historical fiction. An author and visual artist, Santlofer’s books include the memoir The Widower’s Notebook, an international bestseller which has been translated into 22 languages; The Death Artist; Anatomy of Fear, which won the Nero Award for best crime novel of 2009; The Last Mona Lisa; and his newest novel, The Lost Van Gogh, a thrilling story of masterpieces, masterminds, and mystery.

Joyce Carol Oates described The Lost Van Gogh as “ingeniously plotted, irresistibly readable.”

Santlofer will escort us through his epic art-puzzle narrative and into the “high stakes world of theft, forgery, and murder.”

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