Byzantine

The Byzantine style is a difficult one to pinpoint, as it spans many centuries and geographical locations. Broadly speaking, Byzantine art is largely concerned with the glorification of church and empire, becoming a medium through which to transmit this ideology. Byzantine representation of forms is highly stylised and often plastic, lacking the three-dimensional depth and naturalism of its Classical predecessors.

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  1. Byzantine 2
  2. Christian 1
  3. Religious 1
  4. Russian Interest 1
Material
  1. Enamel - Champlevé 1
  2. Gilt 1
  3. Metal 1
  4. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 1
  5. Paper 1
  6. Wood 1
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  1. Multi-coloured 2
  2. Brown 1
  3. Gold 1
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  1. French 1
  2. Russian 1
Period
  1. 19th Century 1
  2. Late 19th Century 1
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  1. Raingo Frères (French, founded in 1823) 1
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