Modern Art & the Death of a Culture
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"From the Publisher:" Uses well known and lesser known paintings to show modern art's reflection of a dying culture and how Christian attitudes can create hope in current society. Paperback, 256 pages.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 1994
ISBN: 0891077995
ISBN-13: 9780891077992

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Uses well-known and lesser-known paintings to show modern art's reflection of a dying culture and how Christian attitudes can create hope in current society.

Author Bio

H. R. ROOKMAAKER (1922–1977) grew up in the Dutch East Indies. As a young man in wartime Holland, he was interned for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets and became a Christian during that time. In 1948 a lifelong friendship with Francis Schaeffer began. In 1959 Rookmaaker published his doctoral thesis on the artist Gauguin, and in 1965 he was invited to the Chair of Art History at the Free University of Amsterdam. Rookmaaker was also highly respected as a jazz critic.

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