I share in the questions. What are we finding and what are we losing as progress leads in new directions?
Two weekends ago, two of my girlfriends and I visited the newest exhibit at the Frist Center for Visual Arts: Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age. It was interesting to see the influence of Protestantism on art after the Netherlands broke from Catholic Spain, and while still life isn’t my favorite, there were lots of other pieces I really enjoyed.
The first pieces were Rembrandts, and they were my favorite. I especially liked his Visitation, which I had never seen before.
It also included one of his portraits of Christ (of which there are many). Not his most famous one, but a very nice one.
Two of my favorite Rembrandts that weren’t in the exhibit were his Storm on the Lake of Galilee and his Return of the Prodigal Son.
The way the Frist is laid out, it’s easy to find yourself in a completely different exhibit while in the…
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