Art Needs No Justification [Hans R Rookmaaker] on raymondsaumure.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Artists often agonize over their work, even to the point of. In this talk, Hans Rookmaaker considers what art is, what its purpose is and what the attitude of Christians should be towards it. Hans Rookmaaker worked for L’Abri in Switzerland and Holland. He wrote Modern Art and the Death of Culture. Art Needs No Justification. One of the 20th century's most incisive art historians and cultural critics issues a prophetic call to artists-craftsmen, musicians, visual artists, and others in all walks of life to "weep, pray, think, and work.".
For the few really great artists, this change was no obstacle. . Art as such needs no justification; rather, it demands a response, like that of the twenty-four elders. Art Needs No Justification PREFACE Professor Rookmaaker was working on this book at the time of his death on March 13, His intention to write a posts. Art Needs No Justification. Preface, Intro & Chapter One. Hans Rookmaaker. raymondsaumure.com I'm leaving on a writing retreat (next book due to publisher.
It is a prophetic call to Christian artists, craftsmen and musicians to weep, pray, think and work before it is too late. Art Needs No Justiﬁcation. Hans Rookmaaker. Art Needs No Justification () by Hans R. Rookmaaker. Makers & Mystics The Official Podcast of The Breath & The Clay · 0. Hans Rookmaaker: Art Needs No Justification (Bonus Episode). Jun 8. This booklet by one of the twentieth century's most incisive art historians and cultural critics is a prophetic call to artists-craftsmen, musicians, visual artists and .