Visiting The Byzantine Wall Paintings in Turkey

Vincenzo Ruggeri, Alexander Zäh

The landscape of Byzantine painting is thus geographically located in the provinces and spans over several centuries. Despite being fragmented, this gallery bears witness of the need, the persistence, and the stylistic flexibility of a style embodied by the Byzantine character: that is to say, of its eagerness to understand, and therefore to believe and hope. Just as many monuments have been destroyed by humans, likewise a small or large portion of what is presented in this book will also disappear: may these pages reassert the presence of a culture which, one hopes, will always find new and sincere lovers.


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