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June 29, 2007


Rebecca Maccini

I don't know enough about art in the Celtic world to know if the St. Bride picture reflects celtic art in an adequate fashion. St. Bride hangs on top of the fireplace in our dining room and I am always enamoured with it. Looking at the angels' robes is a space of worship and devotion for me. I am always grateful for it.

jim gordon

Hey rebecca - the first time I saw this painting was with Bob when we spent a sightseeing day in Edinburgh way back 1991 or 1992. That's why it was given as a love gift before youz yins left to go back to New England. I read that on the robes there are themese from the life of jesus, and the visit of the magi has a clown near it - the artist's self portrait?
Go on enjoying - and thanks for visiting the blog of this living wittily Christian!

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