The Last Painting of Sara De Vos - Part Two, Manhattan, September 1958 - Sydney, August 2000 Summary & Analysis

Dominic Smith
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Part Two, continued

Manhattan, September 1958 – Marty receives an envelope from Red Hammond containing one of Ellie’s business cards, reading Eleanor Shipley, Art Restoration; and a photo of Ellie at work at her kitchen table. Marty does not think Ellie looks like a typical art forger, especially given her living conditions. Red also reports that Ellie has some kind of accent. Marty heads to play squash with friends Frederic Kriel (a Swiss-German art auctioneer at Sotheby’s), Will Turner (a surgeon), and Boyd Curry (a copywriter for a Madison Avenue ad agency). Afterward, having drinks, Marty updates them on the search for his missing painting. He explains he wants to know who Ellie is before giving the information to the police, because his life has somehow been better without the painting in it. His friends do not believe...

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