. . . . . . is particularly encouraging to fresco artists poised precariously on their scaffoldings and engaged in processes requiring the focus and precision of alchemists and neurosurgeons.

She muses the likes of Giotto, Piero, Masaccio, Rivera, Lichtenstein; taking brushes from their pots and working alongside them.

Their secrets and their recipes are eventually surrendered to her out of sheer exasperation.

Leonardo she washes her hands of entirely. >>>>> 4