In collaboration with B. Daskas, the author analyzes the material and decorative components of the Justinianic mosaics that survive in the church of Hagia Sophia. She considers the architectural and theological aesthetics, as well as the social conditions that led to the production of a distinctive, aniconic mosaic program. The book includes a catalog of the nineteenth-century watercolors created by Gaspare Fossati—the only surviving evidence for reconstructing mosaics that are no longer extant, compiled in collaboration with B. Daskas.

(with N. Teteriatnikov), Catalog of Gaspare Fossati’s watercolors and drawings of the ornamental mosaics of Hagia Sophia, in N. Teteriatnikov, Justinianic mosaics of Hagia Sophia and their aftermath (Dumbarton Oaks Studies 47), Washington DC 2017.

B. Daskas
2017

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In collaboration with B. Daskas, the author analyzes the material and decorative components of the Justinianic mosaics that survive in the church of Hagia Sophia. She considers the architectural and theological aesthetics, as well as the social conditions that led to the production of a distinctive, aniconic mosaic program. The book includes a catalog of the nineteenth-century watercolors created by Gaspare Fossati—the only surviving evidence for reconstructing mosaics that are no longer extant, compiled in collaboration with B. Daskas.
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