This art collection consists of two prints from the Miserere series of George Rouault.
Georges Rouault (1871-1958) was a French painter and a leader in the avant-garde school of Fauvism, which emphasized strong
colors and broad, evocative brushstrokes that rejected naturalism. He was also part of the Catholic Renewal and a friend of
the Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain, which was deeply reflected in his art.
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