Easter: With Words from the King James Bible
Twelve radiant tableaux reflect the timeless beauty of the Easter story in stained glass. Beginning with Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the dramatic events unfold: the last supper, Jesus' betrayal and arrest, his trial and mockery, the crucifixion, resurrection and his three appearances to the disciples, culminating in his ascension into heaven. Fiona French's images - in designs and colours inspired by the pages of Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry and by the glorious English cathedral windows of Ely, Lincoln, York and Canterbury - combine with words taken from the Authorized King James version of the New Testament, to create a classic celebration of Easter to accompany her beautiful stained glass Christmas story - Bethlehem.
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EASTERUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In a sequel to her earlier Bethlehem (2001), Greenaway Medalist French has created a powerful pictorial rendition of the Easter story. She uses only the language of the King James Bible, which is ... Read full review