Articles on this issue "artist"
The first congress on "Poetry and Christianity," which closed here last week, took a look at how faith and art have interacted throughout history. Included in that mix is philosophy, cinema, …read more
A key phase of the diocesan process of beatification of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) might be completed this year. Josep María Blanquet, the delegate judge of the beatification, …read more
Queen Sofia of Spain recently inaugurated the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926), whose cause of beatification was opened in 1994. …read more
The public will again be able to enjoy Giottos frescoes in Paduas Scrovegni Chapel, but this time in full color. Following 20 years of research and eight months of restoration work, the …read more
For the first, the International Seminar of European Christian Artists was held in the Italian Shrine of Oropa, a five-day festival of art and prayer. This event has a great tradition in the …read more
Italian authorities have unveiled the restored 14th-century frescoes of St. Clares Basilica in Assisi, four years after they were severely damaged by an earthquake. Brilliant light bathed the …read more
The Shroud of Turin has bloodstains on its reverse side, indicating that the image of the man it bears was not copied, a new study indicates. The shroud, widely believed to have been the …read more