André Gide Quote

The only really Christian art is that which, like St. Francis, does not fear being wedded to poverty. This rises far above art-as-ornament.


An Unprejudiced Mind, p. 317 - Pretexts: Reflections on Literature and Morality (1964)

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The only really Christian art is that which, like St. Francis, does not fear being wedded to poverty. This rises far above art-as-ornament.

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The only really Christian art is that which, like St. Francis, does not fear being wedded to poverty. This rises far above art-as-ornament.

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The only really Christian art is that which, like St. Francis, does not fear being wedded to poverty. This rises far above art-as-ornament.

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The only really Christian art is that which, like St. Francis, does not fear being wedded to poverty. This rises far above art-as-ornament.