I would like to inform you of one thing.
The artist who made the chair of Bresicia Cathedral and the one who made the door of the parish church of Padergnone are
the same person.
You must hear neither the title of these works nor the explanation about these. The human beings became intellectual. But, ironically, they (we) thereby rather became the easymark. We have a tendency to be deceived easily by “words” (by own intelligence, ironically). But now we should
feel these things in our
Unfortunately his works seem to be in many churches and cathedrals in Italy today.
One of those is the Pantheon
in Rome to the Blessed Virgin and all the martyrs. This church has the panels of the Way of the Cross and a pulpit which were made by Severino.
Another example is the Basilica of San Vitale
in Rome. This church has an altar (perhaps movable one) which were made by him.
And then, these.
These are only a few examples. Really many churches have his works. This is sad and bad.
The Church has norms on Faith, but does not have norms on Art?
What kind of norm does the Church have in choosing artists?
Does not the Church examine the faith of those artists beforehand?
Do the clergymen have the tendency (habit) to choose those artists according to the secular evaluation?
Who are the orderers?
Are those orderers blind to beauty?
Or have they chosen these
hellish artists intentionally?
I suppose that the latter is more possible, of course.
Because... to next page.