Wed 28 May 2008, The Independent

A new exhibition at the Pompidou Centre reveals the divine inspiration in modern art

By Tom Lubbock
Western art arose from Western religion. And some of the greatest Western artists have been religiously inspired: Giotto, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Rembrandt. But after that – so the story often goes – after Rembrandt, roughly, though religious art went on being made, it never again carried artistic conviction.
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