Ecclesiastical Art

Looking East Fr. John Garvey 31 August 2017 ‘Byzantium' at the Met In 1997, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art host...
Christianity and Ancient Art: Rupture or Dialogue? [3] Ioanna Stoufi-Poulimenou 26 August 2017 At the same time, we know from the sources that both the state and the Chur...
Christianity and Ancient Art: Rupture or Dialogue? (2) Ioanna Stoufi-Poulimenou 23 August 2017 Typical of the ancient temples in this category (see part 1) is the case of...
Christianity and Ancient Art: Rupture or Dialogue? [1] Ioanna Stoufi-Poulimenou 20 August 2017 When, in the fifth century, the space in Hadrian’s Library in Athens was di...
The tradition of printmaking on Mount Athos Markos Kampanis 22 July 2017 Artistic tradition on Mt Athos is usually connected to icons and religious ...
Musical Manuscripts of Mt Athos & their Importance in Modern Research Panagiotis Panagiotides 11 July 2017 Byzantine and post-Byzantine Musical Manuscripts of Mount Athos and their I...
Byzantine Iconography οn Mt Athos Dr. Constantine Cavarnos 1 July 2017 The Protaton, the Monastery of Vatopedi and the Cretan School The Holy Mou...
Illustrated manuscripts of Holy Land – Proskynetaria Soterios Cadas 17 June 2017 Proskynetaria is the name given to manuscripts containing descriptions of t...
A Brief Comment on the Icon of the Resurrection Athanasios Moustakis 16 April 2017 We shall try here to point out the main features of the Orthodox icon which...
The Icon as a unique and inimitable fact in the Church Fr. Stamatis Skliris 24 August 2014 Temple painted by Father Stamatis Skliris An icon expresses the relations...
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