Acquired by American Legacy Fine Arts directly from the artist
“Overseen by the Franciscan Order, the Church of St. Saviour was built in 1885 and renovated in 1985. Part of the Monastery of St. Saviour, it is the parish church for the Christian quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City. The Franciscans’ Custodia Terrae Sanctae (The Order’s oversight of all Catholic sites in the holy Land) is based here.
Rather than portraying the full volume of St. Saviour’s vast and imposing interior, Adams instead condenses his composition and focuses on the main altar. He emphasizes the Crucifix itself by placing it against the yellow marble arch. The altar’s organ pipes enliven the background by reflecting the marble’s bright color.”
—Sara Campbell Abdo
Watch video on “Peter Adams: Inspirations for the Fourteen Stations of the Cross and Sacred Themes” HERE.
“Inspirations From the Fourteen Stations of the Cross and Sacred Themes” USC Caruso Catholic Center, Los Angeles, March 26 – June 16, 2018
“Jerusalem Journey – Walking the Sacred Path” Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, October 10, 2012 – February 17, 2013