Carl Schmitt, Painter of Imaginative and prescient–Andrew de Sa

Oct 17, 2018

The American Catholic painter Carl Schmitt (1889-1989) made
fascinating improvements in the usage of shade. He wrote extensively
on the artist’s vocation, arguing for searching for holiness via
working towards one’s artwork quite than the opposite manner round, and
advocating the three virtues of poverty, humility and purity as a
necessity for all artists to comply with. He impressed artists in different
media, like Hilaire Belloc and Hart Crane. He did all this whereas
elevating ten kids. Andrew de Sa, the Inventive Director on the
Carl Schmitt Basis, educates us about this artist who was
content material to color in obscurity for God.


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