The Last Painting of Sara De Vos - Part Two: Manhattan, September 1958 - Manhattan, October 1958 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, continued

Manhattan, September 1958 – Ellie charges Marty ninety dollars for her assistance at the auction. He invites her to meet him at a jazz club on Monday night. Ellie says she would like to see his painting collection sometime. Marty tells her his place is under renovation. Ellie says this must be tough on his wife. Charading as Jake Alpert, Marty says his wife has been dead for a year but that he has never taken off his wedding band. Marty goes on to ask what Ellie knows about Dutch women artists of the 17th Century. He wants Ellie’s help finding some for his collection in honor of his dead wife. Ellie asks about family, but Marty must confess he does not have any children. They get a pizza and eat it while watching the lights...

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