Christian Iconography Or The History Of Christian Art In The Middle Ages, Volume 1
Kessinger Publishing, 2006 M07 1 - 524 pages
Volume 2 of 2. Comprising the history of the Nimbus, the Aureole, and the Glory, the history of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. These volumes contain much valuable information, available equally to the artist and the architect, and to every votary of archaeological science. The history of the various gradations by which the art advanced to its most perfect and glorious conceptions of the deity form an interesting portion of this work. It further embraces the whole range of iconography, in its relation to the divine persons of the Blessed Trinity. Illustrated throughout.