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The Church of Hagia Sofia
Archepiscopal Chapel- Ravenna, Italy San Vitale. Vault mosaic of the Lamb of God. Ravenna, Italy Byzantine Mosaics in Italy
Orthodox Baptistery. Dome mosaics. Detail: The Apostles. Ravenna, Italy Hebrew in the furnace. ©Kathleen Cohen
Chapel of Prestre John. Boy with sling. ©Kathleen Cohen
Church of St.George. Map of Holy Land. Detail: Jordan River & Dead Sea. ©Kathleen Cohen
Hagia Sophia. Christ from Deesis mosaic. Istanbul, Turkey ©Kathleen Cohen St. Saviour in Chora. Virgin and Child. Istanbul, Turkey
Saint Apollinare Nuovo. Christ Enthroned. Ravenna, Italy
Theodoric's Palace. Adoration of Magi. Ravenna, Italy
Hagia Sophia. Virgin with donors Constantine & Justinian.
Dome mosaic. Detail: Jesus & John the Baptist & Jordan River. ©Kathleen Cohen
Hosios Lukas. Resurrection. Phocis, Italy
Medieval Art Byzantine Mosaics Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey ( ) Chora Church, Istanbul, Turkey ( )
Mosaic, Church of San Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna. Byzantine 6 th c.
Chapter 12 – Rome in the East The Art of Byzantium © Kevan Nitzberg
Left: Portrait of Constantine, Basilica of Constantine, Rome, c A.D. Gardner p. 296 #10-78 Right:Portrait of Justinian, from church of S. Vitale.
Byzantine Info Byzantium acted as a buffer for Islamic influence moving west Justinian designated Christianity as only lawful religion. Justinian responsible.
Byzantine Art Vocabulary Byzantium Constantinople Istanbul Codex Illuminated Manuscript Parchment/vellum tempera Greek Cross Iconophile Iconoclasm Squinches.
Chapter Seven: Early Christianity: Ravenna and Byzantium
Review Exam III Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Art.
Early Christian and Byzantine
Used opaque marble cubesUsed reflective glass cubes Pieces had smooth, flat finishSurfaces left uneven so work sparkled Colors limited due to use of natural.
Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic Art Review.
Early Christian Art / Architecture Catacombs in Rome Christians used for burial chambers Christians did not believe in cremation because of their belief.
Byzantine Architecture. Byzantine Period Lasts from 500 – 1453AD in the Eastern Christian world Constantine founded a new Roman capitol at Byzantium in.
Western Art and Architecture frm 300 to 1400 ad
Byzantine Art. Byzantine Characteristics Mosaics and icons become the main form of decoration Mosaics and icons become the main form of decoration Central.
The Greatness of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Christian Art
USAD 22: Art History and Appreciation (Week 11)
Christianity – Image Transformation of Jesus. Chi-Rho monogram – ca 340.
Tololoi Alina-Felicia Moneaga Oana-Nicoleta The Byzantine influences in the Romanian painting art.
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