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Revivals or Survival ? Resurgences of the Icon from the 15th Century to the Present Day

Art History - Editions Biblioteca d'arte / Silvana - Softcover - 152 pages - Textes en English - Publié en 2023

The art of the icon, a visual idiom born in the Eastern Church, has deeply influenced the visual creations of Western Christianity from the Middle Ages onward, despite the adoption of a different aesthetic that was created in opposition to this maniera greca during the Renaissance.

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Artiste-Genre Art History
Auteur(s) Ralph Dekoninck and Ingrid Falque
Editeur(s) Biblioteca d'arte / Silvana
Format Softcover
Nb. de pages 152
Langue English
Dimensions 240 x 170
Technique(s) 90 illustrations
Date parution 2023

Even though artistic modernity was built against this art considered ‘awkward’, it did not prevent the ‘Byzantine’ style to come back to surface several times in the West.

This volume aims to question the reasons of these revivals of the art of the icon in distinct Western artistic and religious contexts. It will highlight in particular the issues underlying the meeting, and sometimes the merging, of the two visual cultures, but also the complex and often conflicting relationships between art and religion.


Sommaire

Foreword
Eyckonic
Christine Perpette and Loukia Loizou Hadjigavriel

Introduction
Revivals or Survival? Resurgences of the Icon from the 15th Century to the Present Day
Ralph Dekoninck and Ingrid Falque

Van Eyck, the Icons of the Holy Face, and the Politics of Miracles
Till-Holger Borchert

The New Lamb and the Iconic Gaze
Barbara Baert

Bellini’s Renewed Icons of Mary and Their Appropriation on Crete
Michele Bacci

Titian’s Icons
Christopher J. Nygren

Faces of Christ in Art Beyond Traditional Frontality
François Boespflug

The Status of Icons in a Christian Art Ideal of the 19th and 20th Centuries: Contempt, Fascination and Appropriation
Isabelle Saint-Martin

121 ‘In Search of a Painting Without Labels’: The Rediscovery of Byzantine Icon-Painting in Modern Greece During the 20th Century
Dimitra Kotoula

137 20th-Century Avatars of Christic Icons in Art and Advertising: Transformations and Decontextualisations
Jérôme Cottin
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