Sanctuary Series: Let Me Count The Ways Images Of Love In Western Art History, Presented By Kathryn Mc Fadden

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Sanctuary Series: Let Me Count The Ways   Images Of Love In Western Art History, Presented By Kathryn Mc Fadden

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Join us for the Sanctuary Series, Fleisher's free, drop-in program held Wednesday evenings in our historic Sanctuary. The history of art informs the ways we think of love in the present day. The ancient Greeks had four categories for love. Eros, which is erotic desire; agape as the unconditional love of God’s beings; storge that expresses familial love; and philia as friendly, “brotherly" love. This lecture will take a close reading of some of the tender images depicting these categories of love in Western history from the prehistoric to contemporary.

By: Fleisher Art Memorial

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