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  • 1
    Gardner’s Art Through the Ages:The Western Perspective
    Chapter 9
    Rome in the East:
    The Art of Byzantium
  • 2
    Europe and the Byzantine Empire ca. 1000
  • 3
    Goals
    • Understand Constantine’s move to the east and the extent of the Roman Empire in the east.
    • Understand the cultural mix of Roman, Christian, and eastern influences in the art of Byzantium.
    • Define distinct characteristics in art from various periods of the Byzantine Empire.
    • Define distinct characteristics in architecture of this period.  
  • 4
    Early Byzantine
    • Examine art in the “golden age of Justinian.”
    • Understand the cultural mix of Roman, Christian, and eastern influences in the art of Byzantium.
    • Define distinct characteristics in architecture of this period, particularly Hagia Sophia and San Vitale.
    • Understand the form and iconography of the early Byzantine mosaics.
    • Understand the religious controversies related to the use of images.
  • 5
    “The Golden Age of Justinian”
    • Examine art in the “golden age of Justinian.”
    • Understand the cultural mix of Roman, Christian, and eastern influences in the art of Byzantium.
  • 6
    Figure 9-1 Justinian as world conqueror (Barberini Ivory), mid-sixth century: EARLY PERIOD. Ivory, 1’ 1 1/2” X 10 1/2”. Louvre, Paris.
  • 7
    Figure 9-2 Saint Michael the Archangel, right leaf of a diptych, early sixth century. EARLY PERIOD. Ivory, approx. 1’ 5” X 5 1/2”. British Museum, London.
  • 8
    Byzantine Architecture
    • Define distinct characteristics in architecture of this period, particularly Hagia Sophia and San Vitale.
  • 9
    Figure 9-3 ANTHEMIUS OF TRALLES and ISIDORUS OF MILETUS, Hagia Sophia (view facing north), Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, 532–537.
  • 10
    Figure 9-4 ANTHEMIUS OF TRALLES and ISIDORUS OF MILETUS, longitudinal section (above) and plan (right) of Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, 532–537 (after drawings by Van Nice and Antoniades). EARLY PERIOD
  • 11
    Figure 9-5 ANTHEMIUS OF TRALLES and ISIDORUS OF MILETUS, interior of Hagia Sophia (view facing southwest), Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, 532–537.
  • 12
    Figure 9-6 Aerial view of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, 526–547.
  • 13
    Figure 9-7 Plan of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, 526–547.
  • 14
    Figure 9-8 Interior of San Vitale (view from the apse into the choir), Ravenna, Italy, 526–547.
  • 15
    Figure 9-9 Choir and apse of San Vitale with mosaic of Christ between two angels, Saint Vitalis, and Bishop Ecclesius, Ravenna, Italy, 526–547.
  • 16
  • 17
    Byzantine Mosaics
    • Understand the form and iconography of the early Byzantine mosaics.
    • Understand the religious controversies related to the use of images.
  • 18
    Figure 9-10 Justinian, Bishop Maximianus, and attendants, mosaic from the north wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, ca. 547.
  • 19
    Figure 9-11 Theodora and attendants, mosaic from the south wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, ca. 547.
  • 20
    Figure 9-12 Saint Apollinaris amid sheep, apse mosaic, Sant’Apollinare in Classe, Ravenna, Italy, ca. 533-549.
  • 21
  • 22
    Figure 9-13 Transfiguration of Jesus, apse mosaic, Church of the Virgin, monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai, Egypt, ca. 548–565.
  • 23
    Figure 9-15 Ascension of Christ, folio 13 verso of the Rabbula Gospels, from Zagba, Syria, 586. Approx. 1’ 1” X 10 1/2”. Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana, Florence.
  • 24
    Figure 9-16 Virgin (Theotokos) and Child between Saints Theodore and George, icon, sixth or early seventh century. Encaustic on wood, 2’ 3” X 1’ 7 3/8”. Monastery of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai, Egypt.
  • 25
    Figure 9-17 Virgin (Theotokos) and Child enthroned, apse mosaic, Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, dedicated 867.
  • 26
    Art of the Middle Byzantine Period
    • Understand the triumph of the iconophiles and the rejection of western politics and art.
    • Describe the common stylistic characteristics, themes and materials in the art of the middle Byzantine period.
  • 27
    Figure 9-21 Christ as Pantokrator, dome mosaic in the Church of the Dormition, Daphni, Greece, ca. 1090–1100.
  • 28
    Figure 9-22 Crucifixion, mosaic in the Church of the Dormition, Daphni, Greece, ca. 1090–1100.
  • 29
    Byzantium in the West
    • Examine Byzantine artistic ideas, styles and media techniques that begin to influence the west, particularly in the art and architecture of St. Mark’s in Venice.
  • 30
    Figure 9-23 Interior of Saint Mark’s (view facing east), Venice, Italy, begun 1063.
  • 31
    Figure 9-24 Pantokrator, Theotokos and Child, angels, and saints, apse mosaic in the cathedral at Monreale, Italy, ca. 1180–1190.
  • 32
    Byzantine Luxury
    • Understand why luxury materials like gold and ivory are used to portray hieratic formality and solemnity in art.
  • 33
    Figure 9-25 Empress Irene, detail of the Pala d’Oro, Saint Mark’s, Venice, Italy, ca. 1105. Gold cloisonné inlaid with precious stones, detail approx. 7” X 4 1/2”.
  • 34
    Figure 9-26 Christ enthroned with saints (Harbaville Triptych), ca. 950. Ivory, central panel. Louvre, Paris.
  • 35
    Figure 9-27 Lamentation over the Dead Christ, wall painting, Saint Pantaleimon, Nerezi, Macedonia, 1164.
  • 36
    Figure 9-28 David composing the Psalms, folio 1 verso of the Paris Psalter, ca. 950–970. Tempera on vellum, 1’ 2 1/8” X 10 1/4”. Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
  • 37
    Late Byzantine
    • Examine Western Crusader destruction and subsequent influence in art and architecture.
    • Describe the Byzantine view of “conventional vision of a spiritual world unsusceptible to change.”
    • Examine the purpose of the icon and the style and methods of Russian icon painting.
    • Define distinct characteristics in architecture of this period, particularly St. Catherine in Thessaloniki.
  • 38
    The Byzantine Icon
    • Examine the purpose of the icon and the style and methods of Russian icon painting.
  • 39
    Figure 9-29 Virgin (Theotokos) and Child, icon (Vladimir Virgin), late eleventh to early twelfth century. Tempera on wood, original panel approx. 2’ 6 1/2” X 1’ 9”. Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
  • 40
    Late Byzantine Church Architecture
    • Define distinct characteristics in architecture of this period, particularly St. Catherine in Thessaloniki.
  • 41
    Figure 9-30 Church of Saint Catherine, Thessaloniki, Greece, ca. 1280.
  • 42
    Figure 9-31 Anastasis, apse fresco in the parekklesion of the Church of Christ in Chora (now the Kariye Museum), Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, ca. 1310–1320.
  • 43
    Figure 9-32 Christ as Savior of Souls, icon from the church of Saint Clement, Ohrid, Macedonia, early fourteenth century. Tempera, linen, and silver on wood, 3’ 1/4” X 2’ 2 1/2”. Icon Gallery of Saint Clement, Ohrid.
  • 44
    Figure 9-33 Annunciation, reverse of two-sided icon from the church of Saint Clement, Ohrid, Macedonia, early fourteenth century. Tempera and linen on wood, 3’ 1/4” X 2’ 2 3/4”. Icon gallery of Saint Clement, Ohrid.
  • 45
    Figure 9-34 ANDREI RUBLYEV, Three angels (Old Testament Trinity), ca. 1410. Tempera on wood, 4’ 8” X 3’ 9”. Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
  • 46
    Discussion Questions
    • What influences from Imperial Roman art are seen in Early, Middle, and Late Byzantine? How does the context change?
    • What are some specific ways that spiritual ideas are expressed in Byzantine art?
    • What do you think are the most significant qualities of Byzantine art?
    • In what way does the concept of the “Third Rome” make sense?