Ben Quash of King's College leads his audience in an analysis of multiple works of art. He shows how art can be used to depict theological ideas.
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A panel of Christian artists reflect on the unique position in which they find themselves in the art world. They discuss helpful ways to conjoin the worlds of art and Christianity.
Titles and links to images of artwork referenced in this lecture:
1. The Baptism of Christ, Zaganelli
2. Christ the Pantocrator, Deësis Mosaic
3. Banquet of Herod, Monastery of St. John in Mustair, Switzerland
4. Head of John the Baptist on a Charger
5. Could not identify this piece.
6. John the Baptist in the Wilderness
7. Madonna and Child & the Young St. John the Baptist, Botticelli
8. John the Baptist / Youth with a Ram
9. "Protestant Painting" The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist
10. "Catholic Painting" St. John Preaching in the Wilderness
11. John the Baptist and Four Saints
12. Salome with the Head of John the Baptist, Aubrey Beardsley
13. Entombment, Vittore Carpaccio
14. Meditation on the Passion, Vittore Carpaccio
15. Vexilla Regis, David Jones
16. Tracy Emin, For You
17. The Calling of St. Matthew, Caravaggio
18. The Holy Trinity, Botticelli
19. The Trinity, Andrei Rublev
20. The Blood of the Redeemer, Giovanni Bellini
21. The Resurrection, Piero della Francesca
22. Bronze statue of The Resurrection at Turvey Abbey. (Couldn't find image.)
Wonderful presentation by Professor Quash. For more information on him, view his profile at King's College.
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