The connection between the canon/tradition and the modern understanding of the Mother of God’s ideal in Ukrainian painting
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Keywords

Mother of God, icons, paintings, iconography, contemporary art

How to Cite

Savenko, M. (2018). The connection between the canon/tradition and the modern understanding of the Mother of God’s ideal in Ukrainian painting. Kyiv Musicology, (57), 34-44. https://doi.org/10.33643/kmus.2018.57.04

Abstract

The article studies the genesis of the image of the Mother of God in the Christian’s art. Using the historical and cultural analysis of the iconographic images of the Mother of God, the author studies the relationship between the canon/traditions and the modern embodiment of the Mother of God`s ideal in Christian art, in particular in contemporary Ukrainian painting.

https://doi.org/10.33643/kmus.2018.57.04
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