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Theotokos Across Time: Madonna and Child Revisited

Sunday, December 12, 2010
02:00 PM–03:30 PM

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Theotokos Across Time: Madonna and Child Revisited

Sunday, December 12, 2–3:30 p.m.
Price: free

The earliest “Madonna and Child” images exist in Roman catacombs.Throughout the Byzantine, Medieval and Early Renaissance periods, images of Mary (Theotokos) were the single most-produced pictorial artworks. The speaker will be Lee Sandstead, host of the Travel Channel’s Art Attack with Lee Sandstead. In this lecture, Sandstead unravels this theme, highlighting works from the Walters collection, as well as identifying other artists who have depicted this enduring subject. 

Don't miss the "memebers only" event Theotokos: Mary as Mother, Muse and More on the same day 10-11:30 a.m.

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