Articles on this issue "artist"
“Many of the visitors who went to see the pictures were overwhelmed and prayed before them. They were making the sign of the Cross as they faced the painted canvasses or trying to touch the …read more
A press conference was held this morning in the Holy See Press Office during which the director of the Vatican Museums, Professor Antonio Paolucci, presented the international congress “The …read more
Over the past 50 years, men and women from across the artistic spectrum have found inspiration in the prolific writings of American novelist and short story writer, Flannery O’Connor. This …read more
This fall, Rome has the pleasure of seeing one of the unsung heroes of the Renaissance finally hit his high note. Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo degli Aquili, better known as Antoniazzo Romano, …read more
Italy celebrates a National Down Syndrome day during the first half of October (as opposed to the International Awareness day on March 21), and these occasions always seems like a good moment …read more
For centuries, the art of iconography has provided a window to the divine, a doorway into history that not only serves as an artistic representation of a biblical event or of a saintly …read more