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The Power of Icons: Russian and Greek Icons 15th-19th Century: The Morsink Collection

Braamhorst, Karin; Haustein-Bartsch, Eva

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ISBN 10: 9053495908 / ISBN 13: 9789053495902
Published by Snoeck Publishers
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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This book has light wear around the edges, otherwise it is in very condition, nice and clean with a tight binding. The dust jacket has light wear around the edges, otherwise it is in very goodc condition and now in a protective mylar cover. Overseas shipping will be more than quoted due to books much larger size. Bookseller Inventory # 922682

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Title: The Power of Icons: Russian and Greek Icons ...

Publisher: Snoeck Publishers

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

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Simon Morsink is a leading dealer in ancient Russian and Greek icons, well known to private collectors and museum curators worldwide. Together with his brother Hugo he runs the internationally renowned Jan Morsink Ikonen, specializing in icons created between the fifteenth and the nineteenth centuries. The lavishly illustrated The Power of Icons presents some 50 important Greek and Russian pieces from the Morsink collection, many of which have not been documented for the public before. Introductory essays including "2000 Years of Icon Painting" describe the history and explore the meaning of icons, and discuss painting and restoration techniques--readers will be surprised by the original colors of pieces once so dirty as to be called "black panels." Contributors include Dr. Eva Haustein-Bartsch, director of the Ikonen Museum Recklinghausen, in Germany and Dr. Phaidra Kalafatis, curator of the Byzantine Museum Athens, Greece.

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