In The Sunlight, Swedish genre painter Ture Nikolaus Cederström contrasts religious study with direct experience of the divine. The subject, a monk, has paused from his reading to contemplate the light outside his window, metaphorical of the inner light that is the true wellspring of spiritual inspiration. He is learned, but not so fixated upon scholarship that he is no longer attuned to the ineffable.
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Ture Nikolaus Cederstrom : “The Sunlight” (1890s)
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SKU: ceder1 Category: Religious and Metaphysical Tags: Browns, Christian, Genre Art, Painting, Peaceful, Portrait Orientation, Religious, Ture Nikolaus Cederstrom
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