Consciousness and Fine ArtwithJames Tunney

Books Mentioned In This Interview

james tunney the mystical accord: sutras to suit our times, lines for spiritual evolution james tunney ireland i don't recognize who she is james tunney blue lies september k almqvist hilma af klint: the art of seeing the invisible ernest hartmann boundaries: a new way to look at the world owen barfield romanticism comes of age john rothenstein francis bacon norman rockwell american family becks-malorny cézanne david hockney a history of pictures annie besant thought-forms philip zaleski the fellowship william howitt the history of the supernatural in all nations john desalvo the seeress of prevorst giovanni pico della mirandola oration on the dignity of man michael shephard friend to mankind: marsilio ficino mary hollingsworth princes of the renaissance oscar wilde de profundis radical manifesto library speed destruction noise war wolf-dieter dube the expressionists johann wolfgang goethe theory of colours william feaver frank auerbach robert hughes the shock of the new luigi ficacci bacon

James Tunney, LLM, is an Irish Barrister who has lectured on legal matters throughout the world. He is a poet, a scholar, and author of The Mystery of the Trapped Light: Mystical Thoughts in the Dark Age of Scientism plus The Mystical Accord: Sutras to Suit Our Times, Lines for Spiritual Evolution. His paintings have been shown in galleries in Scandinavia and London.His website is

Here he shares his passion for and knowledge of a fine art painting. This highly illustrated conversation covers the artwork of Hildegard of Bingen, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Worhol, Carl Jung, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Norman Rockwell, Paul Cézanne, Glorianna Houghton, Édouard Manet, Georges Seurat, Hilma af Klint, Wassily Kandinsky, Francisco Botticini, Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Brunelleschi, William Blake, Gino Severini, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Jack Yeats, Oskar Kokaschka, Franc Marc, Max Beckmann, Sean Scully, Ian Fairweather, August Macke, Piero della Francesca, and Nicholas Roerich – as well as his own work. Special emphasis is placed on expressionism in painting.

(Recorded on January 16, 2021)

James Tunney, Ireland I Don’t Recognize Who She Is —

Published on February 3, 2021


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