I was behind the camera for this, on Cape Cod 2003. We're in the old actor housing for the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre, with the triangle of Mirth on the.
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New 'The artist does not perceive colour relationships directly, he feels them. '-Paul Cezanne 'Cezanne's engagement with still life was.a self-fulfilling journey of self-discovery, where novel depictions-using things enlivened with improbable properties-should stand in for the artist's own ever-evolving sensory aesthetic. '-Benedict Leca There is a real lack of published material on Paul Cezanne's still lifes; this groundbreaking new volume offers a complete, thematic reappraisal of Cezanne's still life paintings, looking at them both within the broader context of his complex artistic and psychological development and within the wider history of the development of still life in France and early twentieth-century modernism. Cezanne set still life painting on a new course, one that completely altered its traditionally low position within the hierarchy of French academic painting. For Cezanne, still life became the means by which he processed his perception of things, in which he viewed shapes and objects as units that might 'interpenetrate one another. ' Presenting twenty-two key still lifes by Cezanne, this is a major contribution to our understanding of Cezanne's life and work. Contributors to the volume include professor Richard Shiff, Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art at the University of Texas at Austin, Benedict Leca, director of curatorial affairs at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the book's editor and exhibit's curator; Denis Coutagne, president of Societe Paul Cezanne; Nina Kallmyer, professor and chair, Department of Art History, University of Delaware; and Paul Smith, professor in History of Art at the University of Warwick. There is also a foreword by Philippe Cezanne, great-grandson of the artist. There is a major two-city national tour, organized by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, opening at the Barnes Foundation in June 2014. A major reappraisal of Paul Cezanne's achievement in, and lasting influence on, the genre of still life.
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pp. 336. He said, So, could you not watch with me one hour? (Mt 26: 40). For centuries, Catholics have answered Christ's plea by placing themselves before His presence in the Blessed Sacrament. Now, for the first time, the theological, historical, and psychological reasons for Eucharistic devotion are revealed. Unlike books that merely present the technical aspects of setting up Eucharistic devotion in a chapel or parish, In the Presence of Our Lord: The History, Theology, and Psychology of Eucharistic Devotion focuses on how the Blessed Sacrament has been a source of comfort and faith for countless Christians. A book that will inspire as well as educate and inform, In the Presence of Our Lord is an invaluable guide for all who would keep watch with Christ. I believe that the authors of this fine work have made a penetrating reflection on the great gift of the Eucharist and the history of adoration with which the Church has responded to such a gift. It has tremendous possibilities as an aid in preaching on the Eucharist and untold probabilities concerning the deepening of one's faith in the Lord's presence in this great gift. -Most Reverend Harry J. Flynn, D.D, Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis About the Authors: World renowned lecturer and retreat master Father Benedict J. Groeschel is professor of pastoral pyschology at St. Joseph's Seminary in New York. The director for the Office of Spiritual Development of the Archdiocese of New York, he is also a founding member of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. A prolific author and regular guest on EWTN, he is founder of Trinity Retreat, a center for prayer and study for the clergy. James Montis is an experienced researcher and writer on topics of Catholic historical interest. He is the author of Our Sunday Visitor's The Week of Salvation, a comprehensive treatment of Holy Week and historical, liturgical, and cultural events.
This week I was shocked to hear of a new form of criminal sexual exploitation – “sextortion”. Sextortion is a form of blackmail where criminals use fake identities to befriend victims online and then persuade them to perform sexual acts in front of their webcam. These webcam images are recorded by the criminals who then threaten to share them with the victims’ friends and family unless they are paid. On first hearing about this my first reaction was – how can people be so gullible. But then on reflection I thought that this is yet another major symptom of the chronic obsession with the commodification of sex which leads to what Pope Benedict calls “the banalisation of sex” – rendering something beautiful and tender to the... I suppose deep down in the heart of these unfortunate victims to such appalling exploitation is the natural desire to be admired, loved, cherished and wanted, In short, they are looking for the right thing but in the wrong place, in the wrong way... St John Paul II once said that the “opposite of love is not hate but to use” and so with sextortion and so many other emotionally devastating assaults on human dignity we see the opposite of authentic love all too often and everywhere. The disposition of the heart and soul to see first – not the sexual value of the person we encounter and see – but their true selves, their embodied self – the beauty of their soul made in the image and likeness of God. Another word for intimacy is “in to me see” – see in to me. This is what everyone truly yearns from others, from their gaze, not the lurid, self-gratifying look of lust that can often bedevil relationships. And to be continually inspired to practice the interior gaze, we must allow ourselves to be in the gaze of Christ and his light of beauty and truth and in turn gaze on His Holy Face so that we see Him in others as we gaze upon them in person, not...
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Paul Benedict, Actor: The Jeffersons. Paul Benedict was born on September 17, 1938 in Silver City, New Mexico, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The ...
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Paul Benedict as the Mad Painter. Paul Benedict (1938–2008) was a character actor who appeared on Sesame Street as the Mad Painter in a series of film ...
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Paul Benedict, the actor who played the eccentric English neighbor Harry Bentley on the sitcom "The Jeffersons," was found dead Monday at his home on ...
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