Published March 1992
by Oakwood Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||530|
The Patternbook is designed to serve as a indispensable tool for both the studio and the library, providing a wealth of material to the student of iconology, and being invaluable to the practicing iconographer.5/5(1). : An Iconographer's Pattern Book: The Stroganov Tradition () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(4). Contains over drawings of saints, Feast Days and Council of the Orthodox Church to be used as prototypes for iconographers. The "headnotes" from the ancient Stroganov pattern book contain color descriptions and notes on features, etc., with comparisons to Novgorod calendar icons. Large format. pages, softcover. Quantity: Gift wrap (add $ per item) Description: Fr. Christopher P. Kelley, translator and editor ISBN Publisher: Oakwood Publications, Size: x mm ( x in.); pages, Paperback. Over drawings of Saints and Feast Days of the Orthodox Church are contained in this tome to use as prototypes for painting full-color icons.
Continuing the collection of pattern books for iconographers, these volumes contain tracings of Russian icons of many eras, meant as a source book for ideas - not necessarily exact patterns. Notes provide detailed explanations. The Postnikov Collection. sketches, notes, glorssary and index. pages, softcover. This book is one I wish I had thirty years ago. Then, it was difficult to find suitable patterns and models for icons. Here (with Volumes I and II) are almost tracings of antique icons that are not the 'classics' found in all albums of Russian icons, but rather represent iconography as it was known at the end of the nineteenth century when there was a 'return to basics.'. St John of Damascus Assn. of Iconographers, Iconologists, and Architects Inside this volume are more than drawings of saints and feast days to be used as prototypes. The basic source reference is the Stroganov Family Iconpainter's Handbook, published in Slavonic in the mid-nineteenth century, from the sixteenth-century s: 3. Buy An Iconographer's Pattern Book: The Stroganov Tradition by Kelley, Christopher (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3.
This book collects many, many icons, using the Postnikov Collection, and presents the fundamental underlying drawings for those icons. This is a real treasure. One problem is that they are often reproduced in sketchy, confusing fashion. Well, that is s: 7. A valuable resource for iconographers, this book contains a wide variety of patterns and sketches. Content including; icon patterns of the Nativity, the Theotokos, archangels, male and female saints, as well as halo patterns and 2 beautiful crucifixion crosses. Buildings and Reviews: A valuable resource for iconographers, this book contains a wide variety of patterns and sketches. Content including; icon patterns of the Nativity, the Theotokos, archangels, male and female saints, as well as halo patterns and 2 beautiful crucifixion crosses. Buildings and fabric/ background designs and 5 . Quantity: Description: Gregory Melnick, translator and editor ISBN Publisher: Oakwood Publications, Size: x mm ( x in.); pages, Paperback. This icon pattern book (Volume 2 of 2) is a supplement to An Iconographer's Patternbook, and was originally published in the late 19th century from ancient originals, containing podlinnik-- patterns -- of classic and.