Synagogue and Church Sargent would have agreed, in fact, with his accusers and with critic William Howe Downes that Synagogue and Church represented “obsolete suggestions of doctrinal differences.” Both panels, which Sargent intended to place on either side of his proposed Sermon on the Mount, portrayed what he considered to be outmoded religious institutions, in contrast to the subjective experience of the inspired individual that he wished to recommend to his contemporaries.
Synagogue and Church, details (1919 photos)
The Triumph of Religion