I have not done a giveaway in a while. I have some pretty smart art historians that visit this blog occasionally so I have a feeling that this one is going to be too easy, but here goes...
Sometimes, even famous Renaissance artists don't always get their paintings perfect. What in Raphael's Sistine Madonna is not quite right?
Regular readers of this blog know that I mistrust winged babies. They are always up to some sort of chicanery. Here are those incorrigible cherubs. Ask them. They know the answer.
The first person to answer correctly will win Philppa Gregory's The White Queen. Just leave your answer in the comment field below. If no one guesses the correct answer then a winner will be selected on "best creative answer." Contest ends this Saturday. Hints will follow tomorrow if no one guesses it today.
You must be in the US or Canada to play. Good luck...
About The White Queen
My husband gave me this book as a mother's day gift not realizing that I already had read it. I think The White Queen was her best yet. It's one of those quick reads. It covers Elizabeth Woodville. But if you like that era in history, I also recommend The Stolen Crown: The Secret Marriage that Forever Changed the Fate of England by Susan Higginbotham.