Byzantine Mosaics in Greece, Hosios Lucas & Daphni
162 pp., illustrations. no dust jacket (as issued?), some cover wear, a single page leaf (pages viii-x) is loose due to printer error but is present. Contents: I. The Art of the Middle Byzantine Period / Ernst Diez -- II. Origin and Evolution of the Hieratic Style / Ernst Diez -- III. Iconography / Otto Demus -- IV. Analysis of the Figure Composition / Ernst Diez -- V. The Colour / Ernst Diez -- VI. The Works of Different Masters in the Mosaic-Cycles of Hosios Lucas and Daphni / Otto Demus -- VII. Development and Dissemination of the Middle Byzantine Mosaic Style / Otto Demus -- Appendix : Historical Remarks -- Plans Showing Distribution of the Pictorial Subjects. 136 illustrations including 15 tipped-in color plates. Bookseller Inventory # B00085D4DWAMA010616
Title: Byzantine Mosaics in Greece, Hosios Lucas & ...
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication Date: 1931
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition.
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