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L'arte armena : Storia critica e nuove prospettive Studies in Armenian and Eastern Christian Art 2020

Abstract : Exploration of Armenian art began in the 19th century with French, Russian, German, Finnish, Austrian and Armenian art historians, and continued into the 20th century primarily with Russian, Armenian, Ukrainian, American and Italian scholars, who brought to the attention of a large public – not only of academics –, the artistic heritage of a territory that goes beyond the borders of present-day Armenia and encompasses an area known as Subcaucasia, a term used to indicate the regions from the South Caucasus to Anatolia, Iran and Upper Mesopotamia. Interest in Armenian art, from illuminated manuscripts to khachkars and architecture, has grown in the last twenty years, a fact that provided the knowledge of these works of art with a global dimension. The book illustrates the characteristics, themes and methods of the various research paths, sprouting from different historiographical traditions. In other words, the volume intends to trace a map capable of orientating the reader among the artistic and cultural phenomena of this complex territory, thus offering different keys to understanding them and also useful insights for future scientific research.
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Aldo Ferrari, Stefano Riccioni, Marco Ruffilli, Beatrice Spampinato. L'arte armena : Storia critica e nuove prospettive Studies in Armenian and Eastern Christian Art 2020. Fondazione Università Ca’ Foscari, 445 p., 2020, Eurasiatica, 978-88-6969-495-0. ⟨10.30687/978-88-6969-469-1⟩. ⟨hal-03277166⟩

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