The Painter - Book Three: Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Chapter Five begins with two catalog descriptions of paintings: "My Lover is a Train" (collection of the artist) and "Brothers."

Pim Pantela has decided to have an unveiling party for the girls' portrait. When Jim is asked who he'd like to invite as guests, he tells him John "Wheezy" Hinchman of the Santa Fe police department and Celia Anson. The Pantelas are very happy with the portrait. Jim tells Julia that he has instructed Steve to put a box of bubble gum cigars on a pedestal next to his latest paintings, and someone mistook them for an art installation.

Pim puts Jim up in the hotel for another week, and Jim goes into a frenzy of painting. Sofia stays with him. They go hiking and enjoy the hotel. He shows her Hobbitville, they go to Ten Thousand Waves and tour art...

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