DAILY ART FIX: List of 10 Finest (Surviving) Examples of Byzantine Art

Art world links which caught my eye…

Mosaic of Christ Pantocrator

“Christ Pantocrator” Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

The Roman Empire travelled east and survived as the Byzantine Empire for 1,000 years. This list depicts the glory of some of their enduring Orthodox artworks.

Byzantine art refers to a distinct artistic style that flourished during the period of the Byzantine Empire (c. 330 – 1453). Its influence, however, survived the fall of the Empire and extended beyond the territories controlled by the Byzantines. Particularly influential in Orthodox countries including Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, Byzantine art also left a deep mark on Western Europe, most notably Renaissance Italy.

Read the full article here: ARTLISTS – List of 10 Finest (Surviving) Examples of Byzantine Art


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