Artist(s): Roman Verostko
Date Created: 1963
Framed Dimensions: 29 x 37 x 0.8 in.
“This must have been made shortly after I returned from Paris in 1963. My father’s death brought me home for the family funeral and I believe the Archabbot officiated and I would have been the Deacon. This was a very difficult time as the Monastery had suffered a fire, the former Archabbot had been stripped of his power and we were in transition to a renewal electing a young leader interested in renewal and reform.” -Roman
Detail images of the work
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