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Papa Wojtyła back in Vatican with Tomasz Rut



The art of Tomasz Rut, recently included in the Vatican Collection and blessed by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI, continues to expand the realm of contemporary figurative painting to the limits achieved only by the greatest art masters in history.
Painted earlier this year to commemorate the beatification of John Paul II, the two originals on canvas: "Nolite Timere" and "Be Not Afraid" pay tribute to the beloved late Pope and depict John Paul II as the Saint and as the charismatic leader of the world accompanied by another legendary figure behind the political changes of the twentieth century, the first President of democratic Poland, Lech Walesa.
Be Not Afraid | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter
Be Not Afraid | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter
Nolite Timere | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter
Nolite Timere | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter
Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter

Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter

Tomasz Rut during the meeting with Pope Benedict in Vatican
Tomasz Rut during the meeting with Pope Benedict in Vatican
His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI blessing Tomasz Rut's paintings entering St. Peter's Cathedral to become part of the Vatican Collection
His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI blessing Tomasz Rut's paintings
entering St. Peter's Cathedral to become part of the Vatican Collection
Nolite Timere | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter
Nolite Timere | Tomasz Rut 1961 - Polish Figurative painter