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Category Archives: Western Art
In 2004 Dr. Rowan Williams, then archbishop of Canterbury, wrote an introduction to the exhibition catalog for “Presence: Images of Christ for the Third Millennium,” reflecting on the challenges inherent to the task of representing Jesus in art and how … Continue reading
I have tremendous admiration for Ben Quash for the contributions he’s made to the field of Christianity and the arts. As a professor at King’s College in London, his primary research interest is the way in which the arts can … Continue reading
The Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance (FWMA), a group of art institutions in Connecticut and New York, is running an exhibition series this summer and fall on the Seven Deadly Sins. Each of the member institutions is presenting one of the sins. … Continue reading