This paper investigates the phenomenon of enamel and mosaic icons spread. The former seem to prevail during the Comnenian age, while the latter, of small size and tiny pieces, show a peak during the Palaiologan period, but could go back to ancient times. The report intends to point out common elements between enamel and miniature mosaic icons: from a generic formal point of view to specific iconographical suggestions and anthropological implications.

I colori della fede: icone a smalto e a mosaico tra X e XIV secolo, 2013.

I colori della fede: icone a smalto e a mosaico tra X e XIV secolo

Moretti, Simona
2013

Abstract

This paper investigates the phenomenon of enamel and mosaic icons spread. The former seem to prevail during the Comnenian age, while the latter, of small size and tiny pieces, show a peak during the Palaiologan period, but could go back to ancient times. The report intends to point out common elements between enamel and miniature mosaic icons: from a generic formal point of view to specific iconographical suggestions and anthropological implications.
Italiano
Vie per Bisanzio
7
Venezia
2009
nazionale
contributo
Vie per Bisanzio
Rigo, Antonio; Babuin, Andrea; Trizio, Michele
997
1012
16
978-88-7470-229-9
Italy
Bari
comitato scientifico
A stampa
Settore L-ART/01 - Storia dell'Arte Medievale
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