Scopul nostru este sprijinirea şi promovarea cercetării ştiinţifice şi facilitarea comunicării între cercetătorii români din întreaga lume.
Autori: Pr. Viorel Barbu, Gabriela Ştefãniţã, Diana Barbu, Ligia Ana Solomon
Editorial: Editura Doxologia, Conservarea si Restaurarea Patrimoniului Cultural ISSN 2286-1459, ISSN-L 2286-1459, XIV, 2014.
Among the most interesting objects of worship or artistic of the Romanian Principalities, as form of spirituality, there are the icons; they either creates ensembles like catapetasma (veil), or were simply placed here and there for worshiping. The version in which the icon shows itself on the ensemble under the catapetasma form, can be found in Moldavia and Romanian Principality even beginning with 16th century, and in Transylvania is preserved from the 17th to 18th centuries. The wooden icons (or on glass – beginning with the 18th century) decorated both the interior walls of the churches, and the lords and Diocesan Bishops’ dwelling places, in monasteries or in the houses of the simple peasants. Such an example that can offer extremely valuable data – on the spirituality and the artistic forms of the Orthodox Romanians in the 18th century – in the Icon of Jesus Pantokrator – the case study analyzed in the following.
Cuvinte cheie: Þãrile Române, ortodoxie, icoanã, Pantocrator, secolul XVII, facturã popularã, Ioan Zugravul