Charlotta Westergren

Christopher S. Johnson discovers the paintings of Charlotta Westergren, an artist whose work engages with "Christian themes and imagery that defined the Western tradition for centuries." It's easy to forget that the freedom of limitations the materials and means of painting provide once also included prescribed subject matter, it was up to each artist to find a voice while painting primarily religious subjects.  Johnson is happy to note that in Westergren's paintings, which find inspriation in a range of historical imagery, "The past is an undiscovered country."