Source: Lee Trepanier via thepublicdiscourse.com. Originally appeared in The Public Discourse, the journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton NJ, and is reprinted with permission. After reading Terry Eagleton’s new book, Critical Revolutionaries, the message is quite clear for those who love literature: avoid graduate school, find others who share your passion, […]
Source: David Clayton via thewayofbeauty.orgReprinted with permission. I received an interesting email from my friend, artist James Gillick the other day. Jim, as some regular readers will know, is a Catholic artist who has managed to make a good living by selling his work to the secular market. This is […]
On the 500th anniversary of the death of Raphael Sanzio, one of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance, discover his person and how he forever marked the history of art.
Source: Is the Face of Jesus Christ a True Image? His real appearance explained | EWTN Vaticano via YouTube Episode 424, aired on April 5th, 2020: “A special episode where we search for the Face of God”. Header image: Restored painting of Salvator Mundi (Savour of the World) by Leonardo […]
Video Source: RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty on YouTubeArticle Source: David Clayton on thewayofbeauty.org Via David Clayton:Is graffiti legitimate if it is beautiful? These Russians are spray painting icons onto the otherwise drab concrete walls and fascias of Moscow. I don’t know what the government or the people of Moscow make of them, but it […]
Source: thewayofbeauty.org Reprinted with permission. Via David Clayton:Pontifex University Press is publishing my book on the place of the nude in Christian art. With a foreword written by Dr Christopher Blum (of the Augustine Institute), Painting the Nude: The Theology of the Body and Representation of Man in Christian Art will be of […]