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The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art, part VII – Conclusion

This is the last part in a series of seven posts entitled ‘The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art’, which attempts to identify and justify some changes in crucifixion depictions throughout history.  Read the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth parts to catch up. Introduction Theological and ecclesiastical developments in the Western Church Social … Continue reading

The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art, part V – The intimate ‘Man of Sorrows’

This is the fifth part in a series of seven posts entitled ‘The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art’, which attempts to identify and justify some changes in crucifixion depictions throughout history.  Read the first, second, third, and fourth parts to catch up. Introduction Theological and ecclesiastical developments in the Western Church Social and cultural … Continue reading

The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art, part III – Social & cultural developments in the Western Church

This is the third part in a series of seven posts entitled ‘The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art’, which attempts to identify and justify some changes in crucifixion depictions throughout history.  Read the first and second parts to catch up. Introduction Theological and ecclesiastical developments in the Western Church Social and cultural developments in … Continue reading

The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art, part II – Theological & ecclesiastical developments in the Western Church

This is the second part in a series of seven posts entitled ‘The Evolution of the Crucifixion in Art’, which attempts to identify and justify some changes in crucifixion depictions throughout history.  Read the first part to catch up. Introduction Theological and ecclesiastical developments in the Western Church Social and cultural developments in the Western … Continue reading