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Art and eloquence in Byzantium
In this interdisciplinary study, Henry Maguire examines the impact of several literary genres and rhetorical techniques on the visual arts of Byzantium. In particular, he shows that the literaryExpand
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The Iconography of Symeon with the Christ Child in Byzantine Art
Un sermon sur la Presentation de Jesus au Temple, prononce par Georges de Nicomedie (IX s.| pseudo-Athanase, PG 28, 973-1000), insiste beaucoup sur la prophetie du vieillard Simeon tenant Jesus dansExpand
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Style and Ideology in Byzantine Imperial Art
The study of style in Byzantine art has an interest for historians as well as connoisseurs. In imperial art, two contrasting conventions of encomium can be distinguished, both having counterparts inExpand
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Other Icons: Art and Power in Byzantine Secular Culture
List of Illustrations ix Preface xxi Introduction 1 Chapter 1: Novelties and Inventions in Byzantine Art 5 Chapter 2: The Marvels of the Court 29 Chapter 3: Animals and Magic in Byzantine Art 58Expand
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Dynamic Splendor: The Wall Mosaics in the Cathedral of Eufrasius at Porec
"Dynamic Splendor" introduces a cycle of sixth-century mosaics little known to scholars, though they are comparable in quality and interest to famed mosaics in Italy and elsewhere. Ann Terry andExpand
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Nectar and Illusion: Nature in Byzantine Art and Literature
List of Illustrations Introduction I. Nature and Idolatry II. Nature and Rhetoric III. Nature and Metaphor IV. Nature and Abstraction V. Nature and Architecture Conclusion Bibliography Index
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Profane Icons: The Significance of Animal Violence in Byzantine Art
  • H. Maguire
  • Art
  • RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics
  • 1 September 2000
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