The Zondervan Reflective Audio Study series provides a unique audio learning experience. Unlike a traditional audiobook's direct narration of a book's text, Rembrandt Is in the Wind: Audio Study include high-quality live recordings in which the author teaches the content of the book, discusses important points, and introduces additional sources. The end result is an engaging audio study focused on learning.
Did you know Vincent van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime, and that during the last three months of his life he completed an average of one painting every day?
Did you know that Michelangelo's David is covered in a dusting of human skin?
Did you know Caravaggio murdered several people while he was painting some of the most glorious paintings of Biblical scenes the world has ever known?
Rembrandt Is in the Wind: Audio Lectures is an invitation to discover some of the world's most celebrated artists and works, while presenting the Gospel of Christ in a way that speaks to the struggles and longings common to the human experience.
These lectures are part art history, part Biblical study, part philosophy, and part analysis of the human experience; but it's all story. These sessions traverse the chronological arc of art history in the West, from the Italian Renaissance on. Some artists are well known, others not as much. But together, the stories of their works raise important questions about humanity's hunger and capacity for glory, and all of them teach us to love and see beauty.