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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Moore contributes to book about Renaissance

Thomas Moore writes the Foreword to Julianne Davidow's book, Outer Beauty Inner Joy: Contemplating the Soul of the Renaissance, published by Bunker Hill Publishing, available October 2010.

According to the publisher, "Outer Beauty Inner Joy is a spiritual book about beauty in which the author has gathered the wisdom of Renaissance writers and artists into a contemplative modern-day book of hours. Using the visual beauty of Renaissance masterpieces and the wisdom of the poets and artists of the time the author shows, in the words from Thomas Moore's Foreword, 'in visual images, words, and description, a point of view that has been utterly lost to the modern mind: the idea that divinity and humanism go together.'"

The publisher's catalogue shares, "Davidow is a writer and photographer. Her writing and photography have been published in numerous publications and she has exhibited in Italy, New York and at the Royal Academy, London. She lives in New York City and Venice Italy."

Title: Outer Beauty Inner Joy: Contemplating the Soul of the Renaissance
Author: Julianne Davidow
Hardcover: 144 pages - 60 color photographs
Publisher: Bunker Hill Publishing (Oct 16 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1593730861
ISBN-13: 978-1593730864
This book may be pre-ordered now.

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