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    Full-color paperback book ISBN-13: 978-1503097834 ISBN-10: 1503097838 Format: Trade Paper Trim Size: 7 x 10 Page Count: 96 US Price: $19.95 Cate… Read More
    Full-color paperback book ISBN-13: 978-1503097834 ISBN-10: 1503097838 Format: Trade Paper Trim Size: 7 x 10 Page Count: 96 US Price: $19.95 Category: Religion / Holidays / Christmas & Advent Read Less
Joy to the World
A Celebration of the True Meaning of Christmas

Writing; photo research; poetry research, compilation editing, cover and interior design, layout. and preparation for printing by Joe Gannon, Mulberry Tree Press, Inc.

Publisher: Mulberry Tree Press, Inc

96 pages, 7 x 10, paperback, full-color throughout 

ISBN-13: 978-1503097834
Joy to the World celebrates the true meaning of Christmas through art, verse, and song—the birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior. Throughout the Christian era great writers, musicians, poets, and artists have expressed their faith through magnificent works of adoration and devotion celebrating the coming of the Son of God. This collection includes awe-inspiring paintings by Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Botticelli, Rubens, Fra Angelico, Goya, Tissot, El Greco, and many others. Each inspirational work of art is accompanied by a Bible verse, Christmas carol, or poem selected to complement its sacred theme, keeping our faith foremost in the celebration of our Savior’s birth.
Gerard van Honthorst: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  Peter Paul Rubens: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “Joy to the World!” Isaac Watts  •  Agnolo Bronzino: The Holy Family with Saint John the Baptist  •  John 1:14  •  Giovanni Lanfranco: The Annunciation  •  Luke 1:30–33  •  Sandro Botticelli: The Mystical Nativity  •  “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear” Edmund Sears  •  Caravaggio: Nativity with St. Lawrence and St. Francis  •  “Away in a Manger”  •  El Greco: The Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “A Boy Is Born in Bethlehem •  Abraham Hondius: Annunciation to the Shepherds  •  Luke 2:9–12  •  Albrecht Altdorfer: The Adoration of the Magi  •   “The Birthday of a King” William Harold Neidlinger  •  Carlo Maratta: Holy Night  •  “O Holy Night” John Sullivan Dwight  •  Dante Gabriel Rossetti: The Annunciation  •  Isaiah 7:14  •  Book of Kells: Madonna and Child  •  “A Great and Mighty Wonder” St. Germanus I  •  Joachim Wtewael: Adoration by the Shepherds •  “The First Noël”  •  Pietre Aertsen: Adoration of the Magi  •  Matthew 2:1–2  •  Domenico Ghirlandaio: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “What Child Is This?” William Chatterton Dix  •  Jan Gossaert: Adoration of the Kings  •  “Angels We Have Heard on High”  •  Filippo Lippi: Nativity  •  Micah 5:2  •  El Greco: The Annunciation  • Luke 1:35  •  Giovanni Tiepolo: Adoration of the Child  • “In the Bleak Midwinter” Christina Georgina Rossetti  •   Jean LeClerc: Adoration of the Shepherds  •   “O Come, All Ye Faithful” John Francis Wade  •  Filippino Lippi: Adoration of the Magi  •  “A Little Child Is Born Tonight” Arthur Henry Brown  •  Antonio da Correggio: The Holy Night  •  “A Band of Angels from the Sky” Martin Luther  •  Abraham Bloemaert: Adoration of the Magi  •  “A Christmas Carol” Christina Georgina Rossetti  •  Geertgen tot Sint Jans: Nativity at Night  •  “All This Night” William Austin  •  Francisco Goya: The Annunciation  •  Luke 1:46–49  •  Rogier van der Weyden: Nativity  •  “Christmas Bells” Mary Elizabeth Servoss  •  Agnolo Bronzino: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “Go, Tell it on the Mountain”  •  Domenico Ghirlandaio: Adoration of the Magi  •  “We Three Kings” John Henry Hopkins, Jr.,  •  Juan Bautista del Maino: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “Rise Up, Shepherds, and Follow”  •  Peter Paul Rubens: Adoration of the Magi  •   “The Magi Came  from Lands Afar” F. Cozens  •  Meister der Palastkapelle: Nativity  •   “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen” Traditional  •  Pietro Perugino: The Annunciation of Fano  • Matthew 2:21–23  •  Martin Schongauer: The Nativity  •  “Christmastide” Christina Georgina Rossetti  •  El Greco: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks” Nahum Tate  •  Giovanni Battista Tiepolo: Adoration of the Magi  •  Matthew 2:2  •  Caravaggio: Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “The Shepherds” Carl August Peter Cornelius  •  Fra Angelico: Adoration of the Magi  •  Matthew 2:10–11  •  Georges de la Tour: Adoration of Shepherds  •  “O Little Town of Bethlehem” Phillips Brooks  •  Michelangelo Buonarroti: Holy Family  •  Psalms 98:4–9  •  Francesco Albani: The Annunciation  •  Luke 1:37–38  •  Lorenso Lotto: The Nativity  •  Isaiah 9:6–7  •  Guido Reni: The Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “The Shepherds Amazed”  •  Jacopo Bassano: Adoration of the Kings  •  “A Christmas Lullaby” John Addington Symonds  •  Charles Le Brun: The Adoration of the Shepherds  •  “The Angel and the Shepherds” Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould  •  Giotto di Bondone: Nativity  •  Luke 2:13–14  •  Federico Barocci: Nativity  •  “Child Divine” Frederick Kill Harford  •  Dirck Barendsz: The Adoration of the Shepherds  •  Luke 2:7  •  James Tissot: Birth of Jesus Christ  •  “Silent Night” Rev. Joseph Mohr