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Seeing Salvation: Images of Christ in Art (udgave 2000)

af Neil MacGregor, Erika Langmuir

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"Focusing on images of Christ in high art and popular craft throughout the world - in galleries, churches, museums, private homes, catacombs, and market stalls - MacGregor traces the life of Christ and the development of Christian culture since his birth. He shows how some of the works reveal not only society's view of Christ and of itself but also the inner spiritual turmoil of their creators. MacGregor points to Michelangelo's successive sculptures of the Pieta, for example, in which the artist left a record of the evolution of his faith and of the anguish and doubt that colored his last days. In the same way, Rembrandt's reworking of his etching of the Crucifixion reveals not just his changing understanding of the event but also his darkening view of life. Throughout, MacGregor argues that images of Christ can still speak powerfully to believers and nonbelievers and that they are as important to us now as a way of understanding our lives as they were when they were made."--BOOK JACKET.… (mere)
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Titel:Seeing Salvation: Images of Christ in Art
Forfattere:Neil MacGregor
Andre forfattere:Erika Langmuir
Info:Yale University Press (2000), Hardcover, 240 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:art, christ, Christianity, nonfiction, religion, religious art, shiny

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The subject of the life and death of Christ was a prime topic of Western Art for centuries. These works can still speak powerfully, to both believers and non-believers, of love and suffering, loss and hope. Graphic and three dimensional works of art are included.
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"Focusing on images of Christ in high art and popular craft throughout the world - in galleries, churches, museums, private homes, catacombs, and market stalls - MacGregor traces the life of Christ and the development of Christian culture since his birth. He shows how some of the works reveal not only society's view of Christ and of itself but also the inner spiritual turmoil of their creators. MacGregor points to Michelangelo's successive sculptures of the Pieta, for example, in which the artist left a record of the evolution of his faith and of the anguish and doubt that colored his last days. In the same way, Rembrandt's reworking of his etching of the Crucifixion reveals not just his changing understanding of the event but also his darkening view of life. Throughout, MacGregor argues that images of Christ can still speak powerfully to believers and nonbelievers and that they are as important to us now as a way of understanding our lives as they were when they were made."--BOOK JACKET.

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