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Rouault: a vision of suffering and salvation

William A. Dyrness

Rouault: a vision of suffering and salvation

by William A. Dyrness

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Published by Eerdmans in Grand Rapids .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Rouault, Georges, 1871-1958.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[by] William A. Dyrness.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND553.R66 D9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination235 p.
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5449989M
    LC Control Number73151985

    Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation, Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, MI), Christian Art in Asia, Humanities, Themes in Old Testament Theology, Inter-Varsity Press (Downers Grove, IL), Christian Apologetics in a World Community, Inter-Varsity Press (Downers Grove, IL),   See Wikipedia, s.v. “Georges Rouault“; my previous post “Why?“; a short article by Heather King; William A. Dyrness, “Seeing Through the Darkness: Georges Rouault’s Vision of Christ,” Image Journal; and William A. Dyrness, Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation (Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans, ).

    Rouault: a vision of suffering and salvation by William A Dyrness This book, the first in IVP Academic's new Studies in Theology and the Arts series, brings together the disciplines of art history and theology and points to the signs of life in modern art. The earth is God's: a. Georges Henri Rouault (27 May – 13 February ) was a French Fauvist and Expressionist painter, and printmaker in lithography and etching.. Childhood and education. Rouault was born in Paris into a poor family. His mother encouraged his love for the arts, and in the fourteen-year-old Rouault embarked on an apprenticeship as a glass painter and restorer, which lasted until .

    Beginning with his doctoral work in the ’s Bill Dyrness has committed to the integration of theology and the visual arts throughout his career. His doctoral dissertation on Georges Rouault, written at the University of Strasbourg (France), was published in “Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation” (Eerdmans Publishing Company). Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation (Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, ). Georges Rouault exhibit, Bowden Collection, by William Dyrness. Henri Matisse, Wikipedia.


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Free shipping over $ —William Dyrness, author of Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation"Bridging differences of time and culture, the art of Georges Rouault (–) and Makoto Fujimura (b. ) meet at the horizon between representation and abstraction. Rouault depicts a world on.

William A. Dyrness, "Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation." Pg.Eerdmans Publishing, Georges Rouault, Correspondance [de] Georges Rouault [et] André Suarès (Paris: Gallimard, ), 49; quoted in Semblance and Reality in Georges Rouault,ed. Stephen Schloesser (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, ), This point is made powerfully in the final plate of the Miserere series, where a head of Christ encircled with thorns appears on a cloth and bears the caption (from Isaiah ): “It is by his wounds that we are healed.” Notice the exchange Rouault is proposing: Jesus takes our wounds, we receive his healing.

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Rouault's earliest works show a symbolism in the use of colour that probably reflects Moreau's influence, and when Moreau died inRouault was nominated as the curator of the Moreau Museum in Paris.

Early works. In Rouault painted The Way to Calvary. From on, he took part in major public exhibitions, notably the Salon d'Automne (which he helped to found), where paintings with religious. Rouault: a vision of suffering and salvation by William A Dyrness (Book) Rouault by Georges Rouault (Book).

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GEORGES ROUAULT: Paintings and Prints. Rouault A Vision of Suffering and Salvation William A. Dyrness. out of 5. I first became aware of Rouault's work thanks to William Dyrness's book, George Rouault, A Vision of Suffering and Salvation. Dyrness's thesis is that the Christian artist is a person who unites a vision of the world's suffering with a vision of its redemption.

In his work and life, Rouault did not turn a blind eye to the suffering around him. Rouault: a Vision of Suffering and Salvation. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, A remarkable research into the life and theology behind Georges Rouault, a Catholic and early 20th century artist.

—Makoto Fujimura. _____. Senses of the Soul: Art in the Visual in Christian Worship. The book of prints entitled Miserere, showing the effects of war on men, is the most famous. Rouault died in Paris on Feb. 13, Sources & Resources “Rouault, Georges,” Compton’s Encyclopedia (Chicago, IL: Compton’s Encyclopedia, ).

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Hardcover. Rouault's Christ is depicted standing with his head and eyes down and his eyes shut. His face shows pain though he remains impassive.

Rouault would return later in his career to the iconography of Christ's silent suffering since, for him, the only salvation for humanity was ality: French. Rouault: a vision of suffering and salvation by William A.

Dyrness 1 edition - first published in Written works: Themes in Old Testament theology, Changing the Mind of Missions. Childhood and education. Rouault was born in Paris into a poor family. His mother encouraged his love for the arts, and in the fourteen-year-old Rouault embarked on an apprenticeship as a glass painter and restorer, which lasted until This early experience as a glass painter has been suggested as a likely source of the heavy black contouring and glowing colours, likened to leaded.So I was eager to learn about art.

Rouault: A Vision of Suffering and Salvation was to say the least, a very stretching read, but it also thrilled me as an example of a Christian scholar engaging the world of modern art in a way that glorifies Christ. But then over time, a .Dyrness, William A.

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