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Navigating a Gracious Cosmos: Faith and Creativity in 14th Century Florence

June 10th, 2013

Pacino Di Bonaguida, Leaf from the Laudario of Sant’ Agnese, around 1340

Pacino Di Bonaguida (active around 1303-1347), The Apparition of Saint Michael, Leaf from the Laudario of Sant’ Agnese, around 1340, tempera and gold leaf on parchment. The British Library, London (Add. Ms. 35254 B)

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Recorded: Wednesday, May 22, 7 pm in Jackman Hall
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Gilles Mongeau and Sasha Suda

Listen as Gilles Mongeau and Sasha Suda discuss the challenges faced by early Renaissance artists, like Dante and Pacino, whose efforts to depict their changing world precipitated a radical new visual language.

Gilles Mongeau is the Director, Master of Divinity and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Regis College in Toronto. Sasha Suda is the Art Gallery of Ontario’s assistant curator of European art.

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