Anne Noble

The library, described by the foundress as the arsenal of the monastery, Lectio divina is the art of meditation in the Benedictine way of life. Its aim is to feed the prayer life through a meditative reflection on the Word of God: a reflection or pondering in the heart rather than an intellectual exercise

The library, described by the foundress as the arsenal of the monastery, Lectio divina is the art of meditation in the Benedictine way of life. Its aim is to feed the prayer life through a meditative reflection on the Word of God: a reflection or pondering in the heart rather than an intellectual exercise by Anne Noble

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Title
The library, described by the foundress as the arsenal of the monastery, Lectio divina is the art of meditation in the Benedictine way of life. Its aim is to feed the prayer life through a meditative reflection on the Word of God: a reflection or pondering in the heart rather than an intellectual exercise
Artist/creator
Production date
1992
Medium
black and white photograph
Dimensions
130 x 197 mm
Inscription
signed LL in margin
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1993
Accession no
1993/18/8
Other ID
1993/18/1-12A
Copyright
Copying restrictions apply
Department
New Zealand Art
Display status
Not on display

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