Home / Articles / A brief history of religion in art – TED-Ed A brief history of religion in art – TED-Ed Posted By Lewis Heart on May 24, 2019 Posted by Lewis Heart aesthetics , art history , evolution of art , history of religions , Jeremiah Dickey , religion , religious art , TED , TED-Ed , TEDEducation This article has 20 comments A lot of unwarranted negative comments on this video. I think it did a brilliant job of encapsulating a vast topic into a short video. Reply Again, TEDED should try and stick with the newest guy for its videos. Yawn. Reply i can hear your mouth activity…. wtf you were saying? Reply No Byzantine art off Reply islam is not the only language with taboooooooooschristianity has taboooooooooooosA LOT OF RELIGIONS HAVE TABOOOOOOOOOOOSbye im going to watch bob ross tlling me da wae and tuchin his spaget Reply deep sleep so soothing Reply Do some videos on indian mythology Reply Put the speed at 1:25, so much better. Reply Brief but richly illustrated comment – a good start, which is probably what it is meant to be. BUT modern English uses "they" instead of "he or she" , using "she" is just pandering to puerile political correctness. Reply Anybody know the image in 4:06 and the image following it at 4:11? Reply the geometric and iconoclastic art forms of representing the divine in Islam grew from contact with the byzantine empire. it's neat to see how art inspires and evolves over time Reply birdperson? Reply The way he said 'she' and 'her' as a generic example was so refreshing, thankyou so much Reply art is the source of all these achievements Reply uh Reply These comments though Reply wow amazing video though i'm curious about the 125 morons who hit dislike button, in my opinion it was well done and direct to the point Reply is this really a ted ed video? Reply What's the painting at 3:42, on the left? Reply anyone know the name of the piece at 3:04 ? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.