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Title: A Painting for the Apse of Paola Parish Church
Authors: Ciantar, Zammit
Keywords: Basilica of Christ the King (Paola, Malta)
Feast of Jesus Christ the King -- Malta -- Paola
Pace, Pietro, Bishop of Malta, 1831-1914
Gonzi, Michael, Archbishop of Malta, 1885-1984
Order of St John
Urban VIII, Pope, 1568-1644
Camilleri, Marc Andrè
Parish of St. Sebastian (Qormi, Malta)
Attard, Lawrence
Farrugia, Manuel
Cauchi, Alfred Camilleri
Sciortino, Antonio, 1879-1947
International Eucharistic Congress (24th : 1913 : Malta)
Monuments -- Malta -- History
Idols and images -- Worship -- Biblical teaching
Church decoration and ornament -- Malta
Christianity and art -- Catholic Church
Knights of Malta
Paul, the Apostle, Saint
Damato, Guze, 1886-1963
Issue Date: 2018-07-29
Publisher: Standard Publications Pvt Ltd
Citation: Ciantar, Z. (2018, 29/07/2018) A Painting for the Apse of Paola Parish Church. The Malta Independent, pp.26-27.
Abstract: The article is divided into the following sub-sections: Cannon Marc André, The artist, A painting on the apse & the King of kings. It begins with a brief introduction to the Paola Parish Church dedicated to Christ the King; its design, construction, significance and the various artistic treasures housed in it. The first sub-section discusses the present parish priest; Canon Marc André Camilleri and the various church restorations and installations he’s part of. Next, we are introduced the artist of the work; Gozitan artist Manuel Farrugia, his works and style. The third sub-section is a detailed description of the work itself, with further elaboration of the paintings biblical themes and references. This article was published as part of the newspaper’s Lifestyle & Culture segment and features photographs.
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