Art: NEW RELIGIOUS ART IN U. S. CHURCHES

RELIGIOUS art, as Philosopher Jacques Maritain once remarked, "ought to be religious." That limits the field to those few modern artists who feel the need to express their religious faith. On this and the following page are recent works by two such skilled and devout moderns. The mosaic Station of the Cross (above] was done for Mt. Angel Abbey at St. Benedict, Ore. by a 55-year-old Californian named Louisa Jenkins. The stained-glass Sermon from the Boat (overleaf) is a replica detail of a window in St. Ann's Chapel of Stanford University at Palo Alto, Calif., designed by School-of-Paris Painter Andre Girard,...

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