Βιβλίο
The Hand of Angelos
An Icon Painter in Venetian Crete

Συλλογικό έργο
Επιμελητής: Maria Vassilaki
Ulf Abel
Myrtali Acheimastou - Potamianou
Chryssanthi Baltoyanni
Antonis Bekiaris
Panorea Benatou
Manolis Borboudakis
Nano Chatzidakis
Maria Constantoudaki - Kitromilides
Robin Cormack
Anastasia Drandaki
Eva Haustein - Bartsch
David Jacoby
Nikos Kastrinakis
Angeliki Katsioti
Maria Kazanaki - Lappa
Constantina Kephala
Soula Kitsou
Dimitra Kotoula
Angeliki Laiou
John Lowden
Angeliki Lymberopoulou
Chryssa Maltezou
Angeliki Mitsani
Varvara Papadopoulou
Diamando Rigakou
Chrysanthi Sakelakkou
Constantinos Scampavias
Terpsichori - Patricia Skotti
Maria Vassilaki
Panagiotis Vocotopoulos
Annemarie Weyl Carr
Μεταφραστής: Alex Doumas
Αθήνα
Μουσείο Μπενάκη
Αριθμός Έκδοσης: 1
2010
σ. 255
Σχήμα: 28χ24
Δέσιμο: Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN: 978-960-476-074-9
Γλώσσα πρωτοτύπου: ελληνικά
Σημειώσεις: Catalogue of the exhibition "The Hand of Angelos: An Icon Painter in Venetian Crete" at the Benaki Museum - Main Building, 1 Koumbari and Vas. Sofias street between 16 November 2010 to 31 Junuary 2011. Foreword: Aimilia Yeroulanou. Introduction: Maria Vassilaki.
Φωτογράφηση: ΝΑΙ
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(Τελευταία Ενημέρωση: 24-02-2011)
Περίληψη:

It is hard to imagine a more distinguished group of contributors than the ones assembled here. The catalogue will stand apart from previous scholarship on this subject because it is focused specifically on Crete (and addresses) the kernel of the "Creten question": namely, how did the restless little socially mixed, commercially dynamic cities on the fringe of an island of peasant small-holders assume the artistic mantle of Constantinople and turn it into a Renaissance art-industry? This catalogue addresses that kernel through the person of Angelos. Angelos is the product of a generation's scholarly effort, and it is exciting to see the components of his painstaking construction laid out here - historical, artistic, economic, social.

Annemarie Weyl - Carr, Distinguished Professor of Art History Emerita Southern Methodist University Dallas