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Who is Andre Grabar?
Andre Grabar a.k.a. André Grabar: André Nicolaevitch Grabar was an historian of Romanesque art and the art of the Eastern Roman Empire. Born in Ukraine and educated in the Russian Empire, he spent his career in Bulgaria, France and the USA, and wrote all his papers in French. Grabar was one of the 20th-century founders of the study of the art and icons of the Eastern Roman Empire, adopting a synthetic approach embracing history, theology and interactions with the Islamic world.
- also known as Грабар, Андрей Николаевич
- born on (119 years ago) in Kiev
- died on (25 years ago)
- written works: "Early medieval painting from the fourth to the eleventh century: Mosaics and mural painting", "Romanesque painting from the eleventh to the thirteenth century: Mural painting", "Christian Iconography"
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Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2015)
by William M. Johnston
Andre Grabar, Christian Iconography: A Study of Its Origins (translated 1961); Raphael Hawaweeny, An Historical Glance at the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre (translated 1996); A. Martinos, Thriskevtiki kai Ithiki Enkyk- lopaideia ...
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