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Art of the Armenian Diaspora

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ISBN: 978-83-66758-04-9
Description: hardback, 119 pp. (30x21cm) ills.
Condition: new
Weight: 635g.


Art of the Armenian Diaspora, ed. by W. Deluga, World Art Studies, 20(2020), Warsaw-Torun 2020

This volume includes 10 studies on the history and art of the Armenian Diaspora from the Byzantine to the modern period. The authors of the articles represent the most important research centres where research in the history of Armenian art is conducted. In several articles we have a presentation of unknown monuments like a recently discovered manuscript (from 1352), belonging to the collection of a French collector Guillaume Aral or the Armenian Bible from the Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon (17th Century). The book also includes historical articles about the Armenian Diaspora in Central Europe. The volume ends with articles on the present day.

Waldemar Deluga
Emma Chookaszian
Sur quelques pages issues d’un manuscrit de l’ecole de Crimee
Beatrice Tolidjan
The art of church building and facade decoration in Ottoman Macedonia. Resonances from medieval Armenia: an overview
Petra Košťalova
The Cultural Heritage of the Armenian traveler Simeon Lehatsi from Poland to the Ottoman Empire: A contribution to the History of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Claude Mutafian
Les Armeniens des Carpates face au proselytisme romano-grec
Hermine Grigoryan, Maria Joao Melo, Adelaide Miranda, Jorge Rodrigues
The Gulbenkian Bible (17th c.): an Interdisciplinary Study of a Precious Armenian Heritage
Vasso Rokou
Un paradoxe de l’image, le mariage d’Alexandre en Sogdianee. Un Alexandre de tradition armenienne a Tachkent
Magdalena Tarnowska
Rafał Hadziewicz (1803–1886) and His Paintings in Warsaw Churches
Iryna Hayuk
Collecting in the Environment of the Armenian Diaspora of the Eastern Europe
Dominika Maria Macios
Leopold Gaszczyk – Unknown Photographer of Armenian Diaspora in Syria (1923–1947)
Dominika Maria Macios
Armenian Cultural Heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh – Aspects of the Current Situation with an Appendix by Patrick Donabedian