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Publication Date: 16 Nov 2017
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 112
Author: Wendy Beckett
ISBN-13: 9780281078554, 9780281078561

The Art of Lent

A Painting A Day From Ash Wednesday To Easter
By Wendy Beckett
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Summary
Join Sister Wendy on a journey through Lent, and discover the timeless wisdom to be found in some of the world’s greatest paintings.

Illustrated in full colour with over forty famous and lesser-known masterpieces of Western art, this beautiful book will lead you into a deeply prayerful response to all that these paintings convey to the discerning eye.

‘For those who want to appreciate the spirituality behind some of the world’s greatest works of art, this book will be hugely inspiring – not only during Lent but at any time of the year.’
Dr Janina Ramirez, art historian and broadcaster
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About the Author
Sister Wendy Beckett is the author of the internationally bestselling The Story of Painting (Dorling Kindersley, 1997), which was made into a major documentary series for the BBC. Hermost recent books include Sister Wendy’s Bible Treasury (SPCK, 2012) and Real Presence (Continuum, 2010). She lives at the Carmelite Monastery at Quidenham in Norfolk, England.

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