Byzantine art abandoned classical ideals in favor of conveying spiritual concepts through stylized physical forms. This exhibition claims that scholars have focused on holy figures in icons but dismissed the architectural context as irrelevant. Contributors suggest a new, more holistic way of viewing. 200 color illustrations. 320 pages, softcover. Yale University.
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