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Henry Maguire, "Nectar and Illusion: Nature in Byzantine Art and Literature"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at May 16, 2016
Henry Maguire, "Nectar and Illusion: Nature in Byzantine Art and Literature"

Henry Maguire, "Nectar and Illusion: Nature in Byzantine Art and Literature"
OUP | 2016 | ISBN: 0199766606/0190497106 | English | PDF | 219 pages | 10.1 Mb

'Nature and Illusion' is the first extended treatment of the portrayal of nature in Byzantine art and literature. In this richly illustrated study, Henry Maguire shows how the Byzantines embraced terrestrial creation in the decoration of their churches during the fifth to seventh centuries but then adopted a much more cautious attitude toward the depiction of animals and plants in the middle ages, after the iconoclastic dispute of the eighth and ninth centuries. …

Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at April 29, 2016
Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art [Repost]

Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art by Henry Maguire
English | | ISBN: 0271004770 | 177 Pages | PDF | 67 MB

One of the most distinctive characteristics of Byzantine art of the later fifth and the sixth centuries AU. is its fondness for imagery drawn from natural history.

Byzantine Art (Art of Century Collection) (repost)  

Posted by interes at Nov. 13, 2015
Byzantine Art (Art of Century Collection) (repost)

Byzantine Art (Art of Century Collection) by Charles Bayet
English | ISBN: 1844846202 | 2009 | PDF | 200 pages | 95 MB

Early Christian and Byzantine Art  

Posted by bakerman at Oct. 5, 2015
Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Early Christian and Byzantine Art
Penguin Books | 1979 | ISBN: 0140561331 | English | 412 pages | PDF | 73.8 MB

Byzantine Art  

Posted by tarantoga at Aug. 12, 2015
Byzantine Art

Charles Bayet, "Byzantine Art (Art of Century Collection)"
ISBN: 1844846202 | 2009 | EPUB | 200 pages | 14 MB
Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art

Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art (Monographs on the Fine Arts) by Henry Maguire
English | September 1, 1987 | ISBN: 0271004770 | 96 Pages | PDF | 67 MB

One of the most distinctive characteristics of Byzantine art of the later fifth and the sixth centuries AU. is its fondness for imagery drawn from natural history. Wherever the visitor looks in churches of this period, whether it be to the floors, the walls, the furnishing, or the ceilings and the vaults, there may be representations of birds, beasts, sea creatures, and plants.

Byzantine Art  

Posted by bakerman at Dec. 9, 2014
Byzantine Art

Byzantine Art
Penguin Books | 1968 | ISBN: N/A | English | 610 pages | PDF | 76 MB

Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Dec. 8, 2014
Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art [Repost]

Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial World in Early Byzantine Art (Monographs on the Fine Arts) by Henry Maguire
English | September 1, 1987 | ISBN: 0271004770 | 96 Pages | PDF | 67 MB

One of the most distinctive characteristics of Byzantine art of the later fifth and the sixth centuries AU. is its fondness for imagery drawn from natural history.

Hosios Loukas: Byzantine Art in Greece (Repost)  

Posted by nebulae at Oct. 30, 2014
Hosios Loukas: Byzantine Art in Greece (Repost)

Manolis Chatzidakis, "Hosios Loukas: Byzantine Art in Greece"
English | ISBN: 9602040297 | 1999 | 104 pages | PDF | 174 MB
Images of Cosmology in Jewish and Byzantine Art: Gods Blueprint of Creation (Jewish and Christian Perspectives, Book 25)

Images of Cosmology in Jewish and Byzantine Art: Gods Blueprint of Creation (Jewish and Christian Perspectives, Book 25) by Shulamit Laderman
English | 2013 | ISBN: 9004233245 | ISBN-13: 9789004233249 | 394 pages | PDF | 21,1 MB

Does the design of the Tabernacle in the wilderness correspond to God’s blueprint of Creation? The Christian Topography, a sixth-century Byzantine Christian work, presents such a cosmology. Its theory is based on the “pattern” revealed to Moses on Mount Sinai when he was told to build the Tabernacle and its implements “after their pattern, which is being shown thee on the Mount.” (Exod. 25: 40).