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Chrysography in Byzantine and Crusader Icons and their impact on the chrysography found in the work of Cimabue and Duccio

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This paper will explore the role Crusader icons/artists played in transmitting the Byzantinizing tradition to Italy, using chrysography as evidence. Professor Folda will explore why the ‘maniera greca’ and the use of chrysography founded in iconic spirituality and embraced a new naturalistic art.

This talk is part of the Medieval Art Seminar Series series.

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