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A book review in the Weekly Standard

While my admittedly small work on the Namibian jugendstil was recently published in Catalan, those who are interested in my review of Xander van Eck’s Clandestine Splendor: Paintings for the Catholic Church in the Dutch Republic can read it in the latest edition of the Weekly Standard.

Unfortunately the magazine’s website is mostly behind a paywall, so readers will have to swing by their local newsstand to obtain a copy.

This post was published on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 12:21 pm. It has been categorised under Art Books Errant Thoughts and been tagged under , .
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  1. Peter
    5 October 2010
    11:22 pm

    I read the review today. Excellent, thank you very much.

    In your closing paragraph, you mentioned contemporary liturgical artists that you like. Do you know of Henry Wingate?

    http://henrywingate.com/religious.php

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