I have read and reviewed several books by talented Author Uvi Poznansky and I find "Inspired by Art: Fighting Goliath (The David Chronicles Book 4)" to be a unique and visually rewarding experience. One only needs to examine the cover to get a better indication of the artistic treat that is to be discovered between the pages.
This compilation of works by a variety of gifted artists and painters starts off with a picture of "the legendary site of the battle between David and Goliath". This is then followed by numerous artworks which enable the reader to catch a glimpse of David as seen through the creative eyes of others such a Vallotton, Barry Moser, Bernini, Rembrandt, etc. I especially liked Michelangelo artistic endeavors as several quotes are included in the book to better explain his views or the origin of his inspiration. One such quote is "A man paints with his brains and not with his hands". Who would better know this concept than Uvi Poznansky herself with her broad breath of creative abilities?
What a treat for those of us who haven't previously had the opportunity to see these lovely works of art. Thank you Uvi for this peek into the depiction of David fighting Goliath!