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Tweedehands/Antiquarisch Kunst

Byzantijnse Kunst uit Roemenie. De Byzantijnse erfenis in de Roemeense Kunst uit het Nationaal Museum van Schone Kunsten van Roemenie
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Museum Catharijneconvent Utrecht, 1994, pap, 144 pp, € 11.50, 9789071240171
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Ikonenmuseum Recklinghausen
Antiquarisch/tweedehands.

Inleiding, afbeeldingen van 141 ikonen uit de verzameling ( zw/w en kleur), 624 korte beschrijvingen van de stukken uit de collectie.

Verlag Aurel Bongers, 1976, pap, 229 pp, € 12.50, 9783764702946
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Ikonen. Verzameling Amberg. 18 februari 1963 - 16 april 1963
Antiquarisch/tweedehands.

Korte beschrijvingen en 61 ( zw/w en kleur) afbeeldingen

Aartsbisschoppelijk Museum Utrecht, 1963, pap, 53 pp, € 5.00, 2012011236
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Splendeur de byzance
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Europalia 82 Hellas-Grece, 1982, pap, 283, € 7.50, Splendbyz
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Alpatov, M.V.
Early russian icon painting
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Moscow iskusstvo, 1978, geb, 330, € 29.50, Splendbyz
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A. Papageorgiou
Ikonen aus zypern
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Nagel, 1969, geb, 137 pp, € 20.00, IkoZyp
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Beckwith, John
Early Christian and Byzantine Art, second edition
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

The Pelican History of Art, Penguin Books, 1979/1986, pap, 405 pp, € 14.00, 9780140561333
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Deguer, Andre
Museo Rieder ikonen-icons-incones-icone
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Berghaus Verlag, 1962, geb, 121, € 5.00, MusRieIko
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Evans, Helen C. (ed.)
Byzantium. Faith and Power (1261-1557)
The fall of the Byzantine capital of Constantinople to the Latin West in 1204 during the Fourth Crusade abruptly interrupted nearly nine hundred years of artistic and cultural traditions. In 1261, however, the Byzantine general Michael VIII Palaiologos triumphantly re-entered Constantinople and reclaimed the seat of the empire, initiating a resurgence of art and culture that would continue for nearly three hundred years, not only in the waning empire itself but also among rival Eastern Christian nations eager to assume its legacy. Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557), and the groundbreaking exhibition that it accompanies, explores the artistic and cultural flowering of the last centuries of the 'Empire of the Romans' and its enduring heritage.

Conceived as the third of a trio of exhibitions dedicated to a fuller understanding of the art of the Byzantine Empire, whose influence spanned more than a millennium, Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557) followed the 1997 landmark presentation of The Glory of Byzantium, which focused on the art and culture of the Middle Byzantine era-the Second Golden Age of the Byzantine Empire (843-1261). In the late 1970s, The Age of Spirituality explored the early centuries of Byzantium's history. The concluding segment Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557) explored the exceptional artistic accomplishments of an era too often considered in terms of political decline. Magnificent works-from splendid frescoes, textiles, gilded metalwork, and mosaics to elaborately decorated manuscripts and liturgical objects-testify to the artistic and intellectual vigor of the Late and post-Byzantine eras. In addition, forty magnificent icons from the Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine, Sinai, Egypt, join others from leading international institutions in a splendid gathering of these powerful religious images.

While the political strength of the empire weakened, the creativity and learning of Byzantium spread farther than ever before. The exceptional works of secular and religious art produced by Late Byzantine artists were emulated and transformed by other Eastern Christian centers of power, among them Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Cilician Armenia. The Islamic world adapted motifs drawn from Byzantium's imperial past, as Christian minorities in the Muslim East continued Byzantine customs. From Italy to the Lowlands, Byzantium's artistic and intellectual practices deeply influenced the development of the Renaissance, while, in turn, Byzantium's own traditions reflected the empire's connections with the Latin West. Fine examples of these interrelationships are illustrated by important panel paintings, ceramics, and illuminated manuscripts, among other objects. In 1557 the 'Empire of the Romans', as its citizens knew it, which had fallen to the Ottoman Turks in 1453, was renamed Byzantium by the German scholar Hieronymus Wolf.

The cultural and historical interaction and mutual influence of these major cultures-the Latin West and the Christian and Islamic East-during this fascinating period are investigated in this publication by a renowned group of international scholars in seventeen major essays and catalogue discussions of more than 350 exhibited objects.

With contributions by Helen C. Evans, Alice-Mary Talbot, Slobodan Curcic, Sarah Brooks, Anna Ballian, Annemarie W. Carr, Anne Effenberg, Jannic Durand, Warren Woodfin, Scott Redford, Thelma K. Thomas, Anne Derbes, Amy Neff, Maria Georgopoulou, Robert S. Nelson, Maryan W. Ainsworth.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art / Yale UP, 2004, geb, 658 pp, € 74.50, 9780300102789
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Evtim Tomov
Bulgarische ikonen holzschnitte und metallstiche
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Aurora, 1991, geb, 318 pp, € 20.00, 9783763500468
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Gerhard, H.P.
Welt der Ikonen, funfte Auflage
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Verlag Aurel Bongers, 1974, € 7.50, 9783764702694
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Gerhard, H.P.
Welt der Ikonen. Mit 3 Karten, einer verchleichenden Zeittabelle und 92 Abbildungen, darunter 29 Farbtafeln
Antiquarisch/tweedehands.

Inleiding, afbeeldingen van 141 ikonen uit de verzameling ( zw/w en kleur), 624 korte beschrijvingen van de stukken uit de collectie. Met stofomslag.

Verlag Aurel Bongers, 1963, geb, 215 pp, € 15.00, 01145
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Gluck, Heinrich
Die Christliche Kunst des Ostens, mit 132 Tafeln und 13 Textabbildungen
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Met 132 zwart-wit afbeeldingen.

Die Kunst des Ostens, Band VIII, Bruno Cassirer Verlag, 1923, geb, 67 + 132 pp, € 18.00, 5850224
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Kira Kornilovich, Abraam Kaganovich
Arts of Russia
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Een exemplaar zonder kaft, euro 12,50

Nagel, 1976, geb, 288 pp, € 15.00, ArtsRuss
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Kira Kornilovich, Abraam Kaganovich
Kunst in Rusland
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Nagel, 1976, geb, 288 pp, € 12.00, KunRuss
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Koves, Tibor
La Formation de l'Ancien Art Chretien. L'espace, la composition, la conception de la plastique
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Met 31 zw/w afbeeldingen. Net exemplaar

Vrin, 1927, pap, 180 pp, € 17.00
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Mikhail Alpatov, Irina Rodnikova
The painting of old Pskov
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Aurora, 1991, geb, 318, € 17.00, 9785730002111
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Roozemond- van Ginhoven, Hetty J.
Ikon. Inspired Art. Icons from 'De Wijenburgh'
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Wijenburgh Foundation, 1980, geb, 32 +243 pp, € 14.00, 00140386
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Sweinfurth, Philipp
Geschichte der Russischen Malerei in Mittelalter
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Martinus Nijhoff, 1930, geb, 506, € 25.00, SchweinfurthGesRus
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Zibawi, Mahmoud
Die Ikone
Antiquarisch/Tweedehands

Albatros, 2003, geb, 271 pp, € 14.00, 9783491960985
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