David Lockett on the Rembrandt’s, “Simeon in the temple with the Christ child”

David Lockett writes, “Over recent years, I have given several talks, lectures and meditations on art and faith. My aim has been to engage people with visual art and show how it can enrich lives; and at the same time show how human creativity can remind us of the Creator God who made humanity in …

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David Lockett on the Ravenna Mosaic, “The Transfiguration”

David Lockett writes, “Over recent years, I have given several talks, lectures and meditations on art and faith. My aim has been to engage people with visual art and show how it can enrich lives; and at the same time show how human creativity can remind us of the Creator God who made humanity in …

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David Lockett on “The Resurrection of the Soldiers” by Stanley Spencer

David Lockett writes, “Over recent years, I have given several talks, lectures and meditations on art and faith. My aim has been to engage people with visual art and show how it can enrich lives; and at the same time show how human creativity can remind us of the Creator God who made humanity in …

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David Lockett on “The Resurrection” by Piero della Francesca

David Lockett writes, “Over recent years, I have given several talks, lectures and meditations on art and faith. My aim has been to engage people with visual art and show how it can enrich lives; and at the same time show how human creativity can remind us of the Creator God who made humanity in …

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‘He gave us eyes to see them’: early Persian painting of Jonah and whale

The prophet Jonah is mentioned three times in the Gospels when Jesus refers to ‘the sign of Jonah.’ In the Old Testament he was swallowed by a large fish, traditionally a whale, and in its belly for three days and three nights. It is easy to see in that sign a reference to the death …

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