Corita Kent: Art and Soul: The Biography


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Corita Kent: Art and Soul by April Dammann is the painstakingly researched account of the nun who made a world of difference and, to her surprise, simultaneously made a name for herself. On the cover of Newsweek in 1964, Sister Mary Corita (1918-1986) became known as the Rebel Nun and the prototype for every outspoken nun since that time. Yet Corita was never outspoken, it was her artwork that spoke volumes.

Her message was clear: Love. Peace. Joy. Godliness. "What would Jesus do," she asked, long before the words became a politicized cliche. Corita Kent was a renowned artist and teacher whol spent much of her life in Los Angeles. zin 1985, She designed the LOVE stamp for the US Postal Service which sold 

- Hardcover
- 160 pages, 12 x 9 x 0.7 in.
- Over 200 photos and illustrations
- 2015
SKU: 6

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