In this two part picture, the title is a bit misleading, or the woman was painted by an artist and did not "paint," so far as we know. An elaborately woven situation is developed into a love story of sentiment, in which William Garwood and Vivian Rich play the leads. Jack Richardson, who, in the first reel, is a half-villain, in the second recognizes his daughter whom, with her mother, he had abandoned, and does what he can to make up. It is well acted and clearly photographed in many commendable scenes. It is hardly an offering to stir enthusiasm, but is a bit better than fair. - The Moving Picture World, July 4, 1914
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