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Though mostly referred to by art historians as “Mannerism,” the art of the Reformation that followed Luther’s revolt is rarely examined as a statement of faith and as the bridge from the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation.
Starting with artists of the Reformation such as Michelangelo, Del Sarto, Bernini, Caravaggio, Gentileschi, Peter Paul Rubens, and Reni, all working with fever and fervor, Lev carefully shows us how the sacramental faith and the witness to the Most Blessed Sacrament become central in the Counter-Reformation.
The book is divided into three sections, addressing the Protestant challenge to Catholic teaching on the sacraments, intercession, and the human place in salvation.
Each chapter examines an issue and then presents and explains art (mostly from Italy) created to address that issue.
In contrast, the random placement of the broderie perse (or tile applique) in the outer border was great fun to do and much more relaxing. It's been a long while since I updated my progress with my Sarah Fielke BOM (started January).
The 12 inch blocks are getting more difficult - as you'd expect with a quilt that is a series of classes in different techniques.
As Franciscan spirituality was the inspiration of the Renaissance, the study of the body as the divine in our space and time remained a constant reminder of Christ with us.The Council is rarely discussed by art historians, and if discussed, almost always treated as an oppressive menace to the artists of the time, rarely as a call to action.