Carole Gerson reviews Dede Crane’s One Madder Woman in The Ormsby Review:
“In many ways [Morisot’s] story invites comparison with that of Emily Carr (which should be familiar to readers of this review), as a brilliant woman artist whose determination to pursue her talent chafed against the social restraints and gender inequities of her day. . . . a captivating book that brings to life a remarkable woman who insisted on being her own person and proved that the notion of a woman artist was not a contradiction in terms.”
You can read the full review in The Ormsby Review here.