Byzantine art and Italian panel painting : the Virgin and Child Hodegetria and the art of chrysography / Jaroslav Folda ; with a contribution by Lucy J. Wrapson.
- New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015. , ©2015
xxxi, 411 pages, 52 variously numbered pages of plates ; 27 cm
- Panel painting, Italian -- Italy, Central -- 13th century -- Byzantine influences.
Gold in art.
- "The Virgin and Child Hodegetria was a widely venerated Byzantine image depicting the Virgin holding and pointing to her son as the way to salvation. In this book, Jaroslav Folda traces the appropriation of this image by thirteenth-century Crusader and central Italian painters, where the Virgin Mary is transformed from the human mother of god, the Theotokos, of Byzantine icons, to the resplendent Madonna radiant in her heavenly home with Christ and the angels"-- Provided by publisher.
- Introduction: Radiance and Reflection: Chrysography in Byzantine Icons
The Radiance of Byzantine Icons: The Reinvention of Chrysography after Iconoclasm
The Introduction of Chrysography on Crusader Icons
Icon or Altarpiece in the Latin East and Tuscany: Innovative Panels in the Third Quarter of the Thirteenth Century
Images of the Virgin and Child Hodegetria Enthroned with Chrysography by Central Italian Painters: Coppo di Marcovaldo to Guido da Siena
Images of the Virgin and Child Hodegetria Enthroned with Chrysography by Central Italian Painters: Duccio and Cimabue
Techniques for Chrysography in Thirteenth-century Panel Painting / By Dr. Lucy Wrapson, Hamilton Kerr Institute
Addendum: Chrysography Investigation: Report Summary on XRF Tests conducted at the National Gallery of Art on Three Panels / by Adele Wright.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
- Wrapson, Lucy, contributor.
Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
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