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RUMINATIONS ON EDIBLE ICONS : ORIGINALS AND COPIES IN THE ART OF BYZANTIUM

GARY VIKAN

RUMINATIONS ON EDIBLE ICONS : ORIGINALS AND COPIES IN THE ART OF BYZANTIUM

by GARY VIKAN

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SeriesStudies in the History of Art, volume 20
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Open LibraryOL19940427M

  An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. 55 G. Vikan, ‘Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium’, Studies in the History of Art 20 (), pp. 47–59, reprinted in Vikan (ed.), Sacred Images.

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RUMINATIONS ON EDIBLE ICONS : ORIGINALS AND COPIES IN THE ART OF BYZANTIUM by GARY VIKAN Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium GARY VIKAN The Walters Art Gallery TriE art of Byzantium is distinguished perhaps above all else by its remarkable conservatism.

A Saint Sergios of the sixth century is basically like one of the fourteenth; a Christ Pantocrator in a dome mosaic is, save for size. Preface / Henry A.

Millon --Retaining the original?: the state of the question / Rosalind E. Krauss --Defining the issue: the Greek period / Brunilde S. Ridgway --Copying in Roman sculpture: the replica series / Miranda Marvin --Ruminations on edible icons: originals and copies in the art of Byzantium / Gary Vikan --Facsimiles, copies, and.

Table of Contents. Contents: Introduction; Sacred image, sacred power; Icons and icon piety in early Byzantium; Ruminations on edible icons: originals and copies in the art of Byzantium; Graceland as locus sanctus; Byzantine pilgrims' art; Early Byzantine pilgrimage devotionalia as evidence for the appearance of pilgrimage shrines; Pilgrims in magi's clothing: the impact of mimesis on early.

Ruminations on edible icons: originals and copies in the art of Byzantium / Gary Vikan Facsimiles, copies, and variations: the relationship to the model in medieval and Renaissance European illuminated manuscripts / Jonathan J.G.

Alexander. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. Sacred image, sacred power-- Icons and icon piety in early Byzantium-- Ruminations on edible icons - originals and copies in the art of Byzantium-- Graceland as locus sanctus-- Byzantine pilgrim's art-- Early Byzantine pilgrimage devotionalia as evidence for the appearance of pilgrimage shrines-- Pilgrims in magi's clothing.

Vikan, Gary, `Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium' Studies in the History of Art, Retaining the Original: Multiple Originals, Copies, and Reproductions.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Sacred image-sacred power --Icons and icon piety in early Byzantium --Ruminations on edible icons: originals and copies in the art of Byzantium --Graceland as locus sanctus --Byzantine pilgrims' art --Early Byzantine pilgrimage: devotionalia as evidence of the.

" Gary Vikan, ‘Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium’, in Kathleen Preciado (ed.), Retaining the Original: Multiple Originals, Copies and Reproductions. Centre for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Symposium Papers VII (Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art.

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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Vikan, Ruminations on Edible Icons, Originals and Copies in Art of Byzantium, y: Retaning the Original: Multiple Originals, Copies, and Reproductions, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts Symposium Papers 7, Studies in the History of Art 20 () Ruminations on edible icons: originals and copies in the art of Byzantium Vikan, Gary.

() - In: Vikan, Sacred images and sacred power in Byzantium p. “The Integrating System of Proportion in Byzantine Art: An Essay on the Method of the Painters of Holy Images,” Acta ad archaeologiam et atrium historiam pertinentia 4 ():Vikan, Gary. “Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium,” Studies in the History of Art 20 (): Vikan, G () Ruminations on edible icons: Originals and copies in the art of Byzantium.

In: Preciado, K (ed.) Retaining the Original, Multiple Originals, Copies, and Reproductions. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 47 – Google Scholar. Renaissance Florence: The Art of the s.

London: National Gallery Publications, Trexler, Richard C. “Florentine Religious Experience: The Sacred Image.” Studies in the Renaissance 19 (): 7– [See for general reference.] Vikan, Gary. “Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium.”. Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium," Studies in the History of Art 20 (): () For this case and its ideological context, see A.

Cutler, "Originality as a Cultural Phenomenon," in Originality in Byzantine Literature, Art and Music, ed. Littlewood, Oxford,pp. esp. 39 See Gary Vikan, “Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium,” in Retaining the Original: Multiple Originals, Copies, and Reproductions, Center for Advanced Study in.

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"Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzatium" by Gary Vikan Call Number: NU5 S78 v in Retaining the original: multiple originals, copies, and reproductions. edited by Kathleen Preciado.

THE LIVING ICON IN BYZANTIUM AND ITALY. The Living Icon in Byzantium and Italy is the first book to explore the emer-gence and function of a novel pictorial format in the Middle Ages, the vita icon, which displayed the magnified portrait of a saint framed by scenes from his or her the East used the vita icon for depicting the most popular figures in the Orthodox calendar, the.

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The Westerner uses silver and steel and nickel tableware, and polishes it to a 15 Gary Vikan, ‘ Ruminations on Edible Icons: Originals and Copies in the Art of Byzantium ’, in Kathleen Preciado (ed.), Retaining the Original: Multiple Originals, Copies and Reproductions.An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon.Nov 1, - Gallery Byzantium’s Angelic Seraph Medallion is a copy of an 16th century Russian metal icon.

It depicts the Six-Winged Seraphim, which are mentioned in the book of Isaiah. This depiction is also reminiscent of the angels God commanded Moses to make of hammered gold as adornment for the Ark of the Covenant. The Seraphi.