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Divine Light: A Frank Mason Perspective
Year:  2005
Running Time:  27 minutes
Country:  USA
Genre:  Documentary
Cast:  Frank Mason, Michael Daley, James Beck
Director:  Dore Hammond

Description:
  [Screening @ the Tiburon Film Society]

DIVINE LIGHT follows noted Art Student's League Master Teacher Frank Mason from his painting studio for 50 years above Cafe Roma on Mott Street through the streets, restaurants, and bars of Little Italy. We travel to Italy with him as he revisits for the last time his greatest artistic achievement which hangs in an 11th century Venetian Church.

Returning back home to Little Italy and to the New York landmark Old St. Patrick's Cathedral he reflects on the artist's life. He contemplates his calling to be a painter and the true meaning of his powerful painting 'Resurrection' that hangs there behind the alter.

Frank Mason is a stalwart painter and teacher who still believes in the Old Masters’ techniques and styles that seem lost in the modern world.



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