3 edition of Representations of Father Junipero Serra in painting and woodcut found in the catalog.
Representations of Father Junipero Serra in painting and woodcut
Maynard J. Geiger
|Other titles||Father Juniper Sera paintings|
|Statement||by Maynard Geiger, O.F.M.|
|LC Classifications||N7628.S4 G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||59027208|
One year before he beatified Fray Junípero Serra in , St. John Paul II made a pilgrimage to the grave of the Franciscan priest at Mission San Carlos Borroméo in Carmel, Calif. Standing on the site of Serra’s former missionary headquarters, the pope reflected on . Led by the zealous Fray Junipero Serra to the fringes of the Spanish Empire in the mids, Franciscan missionaries Francisco Palou and Juan Crespi are as fervid as their master about the opportunity posed by Alta California: to gloriously swell the kingdom of God through conversion--consensual or forced--of the native people.
The result is a oil painting, "Father Junípero Serra receiving the viaticum" by Mariano Guerrero, in which Serra has dragged himself near death to the chapel to receive his final communion. Hackel’s new book, “Junípero Serra: California’s Founding Father” (Hill and Wang) — which coincides with the th anniversary of Serra’s birth — chronicles the life and legacy of the Franciscan missionary, and depicts an experience of colonization that differs significantly from that of the original 13 colonies.
The painting is awash in the colors of California’s ocean-side landscape — blues, golds and greens. In her own blog about the painting, Norton wrote of Father Serra, “He is the story of persevering in what we believe in.” Norton’s colorful painting stands in stark contrast to a portrait the turns up every time his name is Googled. In Norton’s painting, Blessed Serra holds a cross and walking stick and is surrounded by representations of nine missions he established. Along his robe, the California coast is demarcated with a splash of blue. A rooster at his feet is a nod to his early rise and the long hours he labored.
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It is not known that he ever sat for a portrait. REPRESENTATIONS OF FATHER JUNIPERO SERRA IN PAINTING AND WOODCUT; THEIR HISTORY AND EVALUATION by MAYNARD GEIGER by MAYNARD GEIGER and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Maynard Geiger, O.F.M., Representations of Father Junipero Serra in Painting And Woodcut.
Their History and Evaluation (Santa Barbara, ). An Original Leaf From Francisco Palou's Life of the Venerable Father Junipero Serra (San Francisco, ), O.F.M., "Books on Junipero Serra and the California Missions.
Their Author: Francis J. Weber. tions of Father Junípero Serra in Painting and Woodcut: Their History and Evaluation. Old Mission Santa Barbara, Califor-nia: The Franciscan Fathers,p. Image 1: Fray Junípero Serra recibe el viático by Mariano Guerrero, The second image that captures Serra’s life as he lived it appeared in It is an engraving.
Make Offer - Antique German JJ Weber Woodcut Engraving of Enrique Serra Wine Cellar Painting ETTORE CADORIN Signed Print, Junipero Serra w/ Italian Biography $ 4d 8h. In January, Pope Francis announced that he will canonize Serra during the Holy Father’s visit to the United States in September.
As the Church prepares to celebrate this event, it is an occasion to rediscover the life and mission of a great pioneer of Catholic evangelization and to address some of the controversies concerning Serra’s legacy. Descripción: MAYNARD GEIGER Representations of father Juniper Serra in Painting and woodcut.
Their history and evaluation.- California, Old Mission Santa Barbara, en 8º mayor rustica con mancha marginal de humedad, 36 pp. Ilustraciones en el texto. In this book Father Junipero Sera, called by some the “Father of California,” is exposed in damning detail as the father of a system, the mission system, that systematically destroyed the culture of the indigenous peoples of California that had lived at peace with the earth and more or less at peace with themselves over millennia until the.
Generations of American schoolchildren have been taught to think of Father Junípero Serra as California’s benevolent founding father, a humble Franciscan monk who left a.
Weber, who is also the archivist for the Catholic Church’s Archdiocese of Los Angeles, has lobbied long and hard for elevation of Father Junipero Serra to sainthood, and on Sunday, he will be in.
As one of America’s most important missionaries, Junípero Serra is widely recognized as the founding father of California’s missions. It was for that work that he was canonized in by Pope Francis. Less well known, however, is the degree to which Junípero Serra embodied the social, religious and artistic currents that shaped Spain and Mexico across the 18th century.
The missions Serra founded would devastate California's Native American population, and much more than his counterparts in colonial America, he remains a contentious and contested figure to this W.
Hackel's groundbreaking biography, Junípero Serra: California's Founding Father, is the first to remove Serra from the realm of polemic /5(3). Junípero Serra y Ferrer (Novem – Aug ) was a Franciscan friar most well known for founding the first 9 California missions.
He was from Majorca in was a teacher of philosophy in Spain and Mexico in the s. InSerra became head of the missionaries in Baja California, and started the first and only Franciscan mission there.
Junípero Serra y Ferrer, O.F.M. (/ h uː ˈ n iː p ɛ ˌ r oʊ ˈ s ɛr ə /; Spanish: [xuˈnipeɾo ˈsera], Catalan: Juníper Serra i Ferrer; Novem – Aug ), was a Roman Catholic Spanish priest and friar of the Franciscan Order who founded a mission in Baja California and the first nine of 21 Spanish missions in California from San Diego to San Francisco, in what was.
The Worlds of Junipero Serra: Historical Contexts and Cultural Representations. In this Book. Additional Information. As one of America’s most important missionaries, Junípero Serra is widely recognized as the founding father of California’s missions.
It was for that work that he was canonized in by Pope Francis. Less well known. The Worlds of Junipero Serra: Historical Contexts and Cultural Representations there is a long tradition of historical scholarship concerning Father Junípero Serra and Spain’s colonization of California and the American Southwest.
Yet as exhaustive as that scholarship is, there are still avenues where new research is needed, especially. Another is a woodcut published in with the first biography of Father Serra by Franciscan Father Francisco Palou, his student and friend. This image shows the missionary preaching in Mexico.
The Worlds of Junipero Serra: Historical Contexts and Cultural Representations by Steven W. Hackel (Editor), Clara Bargellini (Contribution by), Rose Marie Beebe (Contribution by), José Refugio de la Torre Curiel (Contribution by), John Dagenais (Contribution by) Steven W.
Hackel. This is a timely book in as it is expected that Padre Junipero Serra will be canonized during Pope Francis' visit to the United States.
Father Serra life an austere life, marked with danger, illness and early death. He chose that life to serve as a missionary, in what would later become Mexico and California/5(34).
Steven W. Hackel, a history professor at the University of California, Riverside, and author of “Junipero Serra: California’s Founding Father,” said that Father Serra “was a man of his age.Father Junipero Serra, OFM (), acknowledged as the "founder of California", accomplished this by establishing the mission system.
From this beginning, the cities, roadways and economy of present day California have their source. A previous Photo of the Week selection.Pope Francis and Father Junipero Serra: Sanctifying slavery and genocide In Washington, DC.
on Septem Pope Francis canonized Father Junipero Serra as a saint. At the same time, outside of San Francisco’s Mission Dolores I stood with approximately Native Americans and their allies gathered for a protest and prayer vigil to.