CST - Formative Task

This board is my page for my CST formative task for the project, Images of Jesus. The collection of images are all representations of Jesus in the Byzantine era.
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An Art work of Jesus Christ Pantokrator showing, him holding a bible of sorts plus his wearing very known garments of dark crimson, gold and a dark emerald. this art work is known to be Byzantine as the shape of the head mostly but also the colours and backdrop. a difference between roman and byzantine is the way the backdrop is depicted.

An Art work of Jesus Christ Pantokrator showing, him holding a bible of sorts plus his wearing very known garments of dark crimson, gold and a dark emerald. this art work is known to be Byzantine as the shape of the head mostly but also the colours and backdrop. a difference between roman and byzantine is the way the backdrop is depicted.

Icon with the Crucifixion

Icon with the Crucifixion

Icon with Christ Pantokrator

Icon with Christ Pantokrator

Medallion with Christ from an Icon Frame

Medallion with Christ from an Icon Frame

Portable Icon with the Virgin Eleousa

Portable Icon with the Virgin Eleousa

Icon with the Koimesis

Icon with the Koimesis


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