The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 15, 1960 · Page 15
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 15

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, December 15, 1960
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Miseurn of Religious Art at Greenville, S. C, f ," \tL v V r'> •• **.* -** >< s <<* J J *™t f &?$^#f$^."*~*^ f ^WWv.»^'m™***- • ™- Vis^stop'to admire the Old Masters exhibitedin the museum. OF THE MAGI—by Bonifazio Veronese (1487-1553) C ulture, art and religion thrive on the campus of Bob Jones University, at Greenville, S. C., an institution which combines secular andreligious training. Among its many fine buildings is a museumdevoted exclusively to religious art of the OldRasters- »•£ said to be the only college museum of its kind in the C °The p'aintings in the museum are the representative works of such Renaissance masters as Veronese, Donato Creti, Francisco de Zurbaran, Gerard David, Murillo, Giuseppe Chiari, Pier Francesco Sacchi, Davide Ghirlandaio, Bibera, and Van I^rck. They are displayed in a series of 15 magnificent galleries including several authentic wood-paneled Gothic chambers The collection was assembled in less than 10 years by Dr?Bob Jones, Jr., president of the university. More than 20,000 visitors go throughthe museum na in Bob Jones University's Collection of Religious Art which beautifully tell the Christmas 8tory~the Nativity, Madonna and Child, and related themes of the Birth of Christ-are pictured here. --by Davide Ghirlandaio (1452-1525) . 7 o 1664 MAONNA THE ANNUNCIATION -by Francisco de Zurbaran (1592-1664) MADONNA CHILD-bTAnthony Van Dyck (1699-1641) un y^ Wok ,, HCTUM IHOW-AP N.w,f,.,«,«,

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