When I come to the end of the roadAnd the sun has set for meI want no rites in a gloom filled roomWhy cry for a soul set free?Miss me a little, but not for longAnd not with your head... Continue Reading →
This small curation of Old Testament images by the Pre-Raphaelites, a radical nineteenth century group of artists and poets, gives you a glimpse into their interest in visual typology. Although now known for images of luscious sensual women, the Pre-Raphaelites... Continue Reading →
Boyd, Nebuchadnezzar on fire falling over a waterfall (1966, NSW) The Book of Daniel is a visionary text, with stories that move between the courtly and visionary: with Kings and palaces and courtly feasts contrasted by desolation and angels and... Continue Reading →
Visual Theology are delighted to announce that our edited volume Transforming Christian Thought in the Visual Arts: Theology, Aesthetics, and Practice will be shortly published, and should be available to purchase from June! Order here from Routledge.
We are delighted to announce a forthcoming publication with Palgrave Macmillan, due out 2022. John Ruskin, the Pre-Raphaelites, and Religious Imagination: Sacre Conversazioni This book stems from Visual Theology 's 2019 conference, which we organised and ran at Marlborough College.
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May next year be a better one! x