Thursday, April 13, 2017

Art for Holy Week: Thursday

All this week I have been featuring art historian Dr. James Romaine's Art for Holy Week series. Today's video for Maundy Thursday presents Romaine's discussion of Albrecht Durer's etching Agony in the Garden, a 1515 print that describes the Passion, the events comprising Christ's betrayal, torture, and crucifixion that bring us through suffering to salvation.

Romaine both wrote and narrates the series.

Seeing Art History

Art for Palm Sunday
Art for Holy Week: Monday
Art for Holy Week: Tuesday
Art for Holy Week: Wednesday

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