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Art of Christmas

Meditations on the birth of Jesus

Art of Christmas

Meditations on the birth of Jesus

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Publisher: SPCK Publishing
ISBN: 9780281086474
Number of Pages: 128
Published: 16/09/2021
Width: 13.8 cm
Height: 15.8 cm

A star, a stable, angels, shepherds, kings, and at the heart of it all a mother and her baby. In The Art of Christmas Jane Williams' meditations on the birth of Jesus take you deep into the story of the original Christmas as depicted in some of the world's greatest paintings. A beautiful book for Advent 2021, these profoundly perceptive reflections on the different ways in which artists have imagined the Nativity will deepen and refresh your appreciation of the real meaning of Christmas, and the message of love, joy and peace that it speaks to all the world. Illustrated in stunning full colour, with famous and lesser-known Western masterpieces, and presented in a small, easily portable format, The Art of Christmas is ideal Advent reading for all art lovers, but also makes a wonderful Christmas gift. Jane Williams' insightful meditations will not only help you rediscover the spiritual heart of Christmas, but will also give you a deeper, expanded appreciation of the skill and mastery behind these masterful paintings. You'll gain a fuller and more spiritual understanding of Christian art, and see Christmas as never before.

Dr Jane Williams

Jane Williams is the McDonald Professor in Christian Theology at St Mellitus College, London, and a visiting Lecturer at King's College London. Her recent books include Why did Jesus have to Die? (SPCK, 2016), The Merciful Humility of God (Bloomsbury, 2018) and The Art of Advent (SPCK, 2018).

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