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The secret, extraordinary history of one of the world's most desirable pieces of art - Raphael's St George and the Dragon
Joanna Pitman read Japanese at Cambridge University and was Tokyo correspondent for The Times from 1990-1994, where she now works as the photography critic. Her first book, On Blondes, was published to considerable acclaim. She lives in London with her family.
"Enthralling piece of detective work...Pitman offers a pithy and chilling insight into the mind of this precocious artist" * The Times * "Fascinating" -- Nigel Farndale * Daily Telegraph * "Art history for the general reader comes no more stylishly packaged than this ... All the characters leap out of the page, and provenance has never been so exciting" * Country Life * "Joanna Pitman tells us something we already suspect to be true, and she does it beautifully" * Spectator * "Riveting ... Provocative ... Travelling undercover, this brunette produced a book which, like its subject, is wonderfully enlightening" -- Allison Pearson * Daily Telegraph *