The Last Painting of Sara De Vos Setting

Dominic Smith
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New York

New York, formerly the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam and now both a city and a state in the United States of America, serves as one of three primary settings for the novel. Described as ambient gray with a bustling world of life, New York is where both Marty and Ellie live and work. It is in New York that Marty’s painting “At the Edge of a Wood” is stolen, and it is in New York that Marty meets and falls in love with Ellie. It is from New York that Ellie leaves to escape potential judgment for her forgery, and it is in New York that Marty goes on to repair his marriage with Rachel.

Upstate New York

Upstate New York is where Marty brings Ellie on a weekend under the guise of antiquing when in reality, he plans to confront her with the truth...

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