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The Masterpiece - Chapter 11, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Part 1 Summary

Claude has put on a façade of not caring about his masterpiece anymore after the disappointment of the Salon. For a while, he makes a fairly good living painting flower pictures for British tourists. In his spare time, however, he works on the big canvas in the studio. Even Sandoz is absent for quite a while as his books start selling and he and Henriette move into larger and better quarters. He is also dealing with the bereavement of losing his mother. Nevertheless, he has not forgotten Claude and is quite anxious about him. when he does drop in for a visit, he can see that Christine is also concerned about a dread she dares not speak openly about. She only hints at her fear by asking Sandoz if he had noticed Claude's eyes. On one of their outings that Sandoz tries to arrange...

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