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Three Essays on Catholic Art By Robert Klein Engler
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These three essays deal with questions raised when considering the place of Catholic art in the modern world.
Herman Trunk: Catholic Modernist By Emmanuel College, Emmanuel College, Boston
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Herman Trunk was among a large group of New York modernists experimenting in abstraction between the Wars. Like many artists from this group, Trunk was a recognized and visible artist in New York... More > during the 1920s and 30s, but his legacy as a contributor to the development of American modernism has been lost in more permanent constructions of the history of American art. During the 20s and 30s, Trunk’s work was consistently on display at galleries throughout New York, positively reviewed by well known art critics, and included in high profile exhibitions like the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Venice biennials.< Less
HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FROM THE RENAISSANCE TO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION By Rev. JAMES MacCAFFREY
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The fifteenth century may be regarded as a period of transition from the ideals of the Middle Ages to those of modern times. The world was fast becoming more secular in its tendencies, and, as a... More > necessary result, theories and principles that had met till then with almost universal acceptance in literature, in art, in education, and in government, were challenged by many as untenable. Scholasticism, which had monopolised the attention of both schools and scholars since the days of St. Anselm and Abelard, was called upon to defend its claims against the advocates of classical culture; the theocratico-imperial conception of Christian society< Less
HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FROM THE RENAISSANCE TO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION By Rev. JAMES MacCAFFREY
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The fifteenth century may be regarded as a period of transition from the ideals of the Middle Ages to those of modern times. The world was fast becoming more secular in its tendencies, and, as a... More > necessary result, theories and principles that had met till then with almost universal acceptance in literature, in art, in education, and in government, were challenged by many as untenable. Scholasticism, which had monopolised the attention of both schools and scholars since the days of St. Anselm and Abelard, was called upon to defend its claims against the advocates of classical culture; the theocratico-imperial conception of Christian society< Less
A Bridging of Art and Faith By Emmanuel College, Boston
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The art of Sr. Vincent and more broadly, Catholic women artists like Sr. Vincent demand consideration within the larger discourse of art history. Sr. Vincent has left behind a body of work that is... More > compelling in its modernism at the same time that it engages complex Catholic theology. Her work demonstrates that modernism and Catholicism coexisted throughout the twentieth century even as this relationship expressed in artistic practice was largely ignored by modern critics and scholars of art. By considering the art of one Catholic woman artist, Sr. Vincent de Paul, A Bridging of Art and Faith takes one small step toward bridging that divide.< Less
History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution : Volume II (Illustrated) By James MacCaffrey
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“Ages to those of modern times. The world was fast becoming more secular in its tendencies, and, as a necessary result, theories and principles that had met till then with almost universal... More > acceptance in literature, in art, in education, and in government, were challenged by many as untenable. Scholasticism, which had monopolised the attention of both schools and scholars since the days of St. Anselm and Abelard, was called upon to defend its claims against the advocates of classical culture; the theocratico-imperial conception of Christian society as expounded by the canonists and lawyers of an earlier period was forced into the background by the appearance of nationalism and individualism, which by this time had become factors to be reckoned with by the ecclesiastical and civil rulers;"< Less
History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution : Volume I (Illustrated) By James MacCaffrey
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“Ages to those of modern times. The world was fast becoming more secular in its tendencies, and, as a necessary result, theories and principles that had met till then with almost universal... More > acceptance in literature, in art, in education, and in government, were challenged by many as untenable. Scholasticism, which had monopolised the attention of both schools and scholars since the days of St. Anselm and Abelard, was called upon to defend its claims against the advocates of classical culture; the theocratico-imperial conception of Christian society as expounded by the canonists and lawyers of an earlier period was forced into the background by the appearance of nationalism and individualism, which by this time had become factors to be reckoned with by the ecclesiastical and civil rulers;"< Less
They place his given-name (“Todd”) on pages 25 through 58. Then they place his middle names (“Earl”) on p.322 and (“Winkels”) on pages 356 through 411. Then they place his Catholic confirmation name (“Augustine”) on p.455... By Todd Van Buskirk
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The autobiography of Todd Van Buskirk. The word 'autobiography' was first used deprecatingly by William Taylor in 1797 in the English periodical the Monthly Review, when he suggested the word as a... More > hybrid but condemned it as 'pedantic'; but its next recorded use was in its present sense by Robert Southey in 1809. The form of autobiography however goes back to antiquity. Biographers generally rely on a wide variety of documents and viewpoints; an autobiography, however, may be based entirely on the writer's memory. Autobiographical works are by nature subjective. The inability — or unwillingness — of the author to accurately recall memories has in certain cases resulted in misleading or incorrect information. Some sociologists and psychologists have noted that autobiography offers the author the ability to recreate history.< Less
Ancient Image, Sacred Lines—Iconographic Templates for Painting & Meditation By Mary Jane MIller
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Experiment with markers, watercolors, crayons, pencils or pastels to create your own iconographic art. Each image has a small message and ample area for text, encouraging you to write your own... More > insights and thoughts. It becomes a visual journal, where you color the illustrations as well as write the text. Ancient Image, Sacred Lines offers church school and parishioners a new resource of historical spiritual imagery.< Less
Icon Painting Technique By Mary Jane MIller
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Mary Jane Miller discusses her technique, the history and meaning of icon painting. The book orients icon painters and examines why icons continue to be a spiritual tool. From a uniquely Western... More > perspective, this step-by-step practical course brings to life the sacred and beautiful art of egg tempera painting.Included are recipe guides and patterns to work from. Beginners, intermediate, and advanced iconographers will all find new insights.With in-depth information, invaluable advice, and superb illustrations of each step, this is a most comprehensive guide to the philosophy and practice of icon painting.< Less