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T.J. Clark and Jeremy Harding: Heaven on Earth

What is it about the particularities of painting that has allowed artists to explore, in a variety of ways and with a sometimes surprising degree of freedom, the vexed relations between the mundane and the celestial? In his latest book Heaven on Earth art historian T.J. Clark draws on examples from Giotto to Picasso to provide an exciting new history of the depiction of the divine.

Clark was in conversation with LRB contributing editor Jeremy Harding.

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