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Art

Our collection of articles on art that uses religious inspiration and motifs, intended to uplift the mind to the spiritual.

Elderly Florida woman refuses to take down painting of Mary, in legal battle

Her response to their demands: "They'll have to kill me first."

DC Comics cancels release of controversial ‘Second Coming’ series

The decision came after an online petition gained momentum.

Exorcisms in medieval art: The devil’s in the details

The Bible devotes relatively few passages to the devil, never describing his looks.

Angels in glass: Dazzling color, bridging this world and the next

These angels must have been awe-inspiring for people in the Middle Ages, whose experience of color was limited to shades of brown and beige.

Seeing your Valentine: The saint’s face reconstructed

Cicero Moraes continues to illuminate the saints with depictions based on their remains.

Learn music theory from a Berklee professor … FOR FREE!

This is an invaluable tool for anyone who wants to play music, but has had no formal training.

A world of color is waiting for you at Watercolour World

This new image database has gathered a massive collection of watercolor paintings from pre-1900.

The Catholic artist Carl Schmitt’s enduring vision of beauty

One of the founders of the Silvermine artists community saw art and faith intimately connected.

These friars had masterpieces by Fra Angelico painted in their cells

The early-Renaissance painter was also the prior of Florence’s Convent of San Marco.

This painting of Jesus knocking at a door is the most traveled work of art in history

The allegorical painting “The Light of the World” was seen by millions on its 1904 world tour.

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