Western perceptions of biblical events from the Renaissance to the present day by Adam Green
Adam’s talk is about two of his greatest passions – art and biblical criticism – concentrating on the role of fine art (including sculpture), literature and cinema upon our perceptions of Bible texts and personalities.
If you missed the talk you can view the recording here.
Adam is an artist, illustrator and author, who trained at St. Martins School of Art and has exhibited in the UK and overseas. His patrons include the late Duke of Devonshire and the governments of Israel and Chile. One highpoint was designing the cover for the UK paperback edition of the novel, Billy Bathgate.
Adam lived in Israel in 1970 and then again from 2009 until 2012, and recently spent two years in Sweden. He currently divides his time between London, Oxford and southern Spain where Adam makes Moscatel wine. His first book, King Saul – The True History of the First Messiah was published to critical acclaim in 2007, and in 2014 Adam published his first novel – ARK (previously, The Sons of Kohath).
Some relevant links:
Adam’s author and artist’s blog: https://adamhalevi777.com/
King Saul – The True History of the First Messiah https://www.lutterworth.com/title-info.php/title/king-saul