Заголовок Проблема восточных влияний на византийское искусство в эпоху Македонского ренессанса: некоторые иллюстрированные рукописи из Национальной библиотеки Греции и Национальной библиотеки Венеции
Автор email valentina.cantone@unipd.it
Сведения об авторе Кантоне Валентина. Научный сотрудник Университета г. Падуи, Италия.
В рубрике Средневековое искусство восточнохристианского мира
Год 2011 Номер сборника 1 Страницы 3338
Тип статьи Научная статья Индекс УДК 7.033.2 Индекс ББК 85.103
Аннотация

Орнаментика группы византийских рукописей константинопольского происхождения конца IX—первой четверти XI вв. (элементы классических и псевдокуфические мотивы) представляет новые данные для рассмотрения проблемы взаимодействия между византийским и мусульманским искусством в Македонский период. Популярность этих мотивов в византийском искусстве засвидетельствована в памятниках архитектуры, мозаиках и фресках, ювелирных изделиях, керамике, тканях. Используя псевдокуфические элементы, византийские ремесленники придавали своим изделиям оттенок экзотики.

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Библиографическая ссылка Кантоне В. Проблема восточных влияний на византийское искусство в эпоху Македонского ренессанса: некоторые иллюстрированные рукописи из Национальной библиотеки Греции и Национальной библиотеки Венеции // Актуальные проблемы теории и истории искусства: сб. науч. статей. Вып. 1. / Под ред. С.В. Мальцевой, Е.Ю. Станюкович-Денисовой. – СПб.: НП-Принт, 2011. С. 33–38. ISSN 2312-2129.
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