Roger Wagner Song of the Servant No. 4

Art in Isolation

Episode Seven | Available Now
Art in Isolation Episode Seven. Divine Power
In this episode Philip shares with you a work by Roger Wagner, Song of the Servant No. 4 which depicts a lamentation of Christ in the foreground of a distinctly modern landscape with the (former) Didcot Power Station in the background. This is the final live episode in the series. We are excited to share with you the second series with you next week. More details will follow this week's broadcasts and all information will be available in our newsletter. Thank you for watching and for all your comments on social media.
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In this episode Philip shares with you a work by Roger Wagner, Song of the Servant No. 4 which depicts a lamentation of Christ in the foreground of a distinctly modern landscape with the (former) Didcot Power Station in the background. 

This is the final live episode in the series. We are excited to share with you the second series with you next week. More details will follow this week's broadcasts and all information will be available in our newsletter. 

Thank you for watching and for all your comments on social media. 

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