Art (painting, sculpture, etc.)


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Banchero, P. (2010). Graphic design and religion. Journal of Media and Religion, 9(3), 176–178.
Bangs, J. D. (2010). The Netherlandish Image after Iconoclasm, 1566-1672: Material Religion in the Dutch Golden Age. Church History, 79(1), 206–209.
Bassett, A. G. (2000). Rescued Armenian treasures from Cilicia: sacred art of the Kilikia Museum Antelias, Lebanon ; exhibition of the State Gallery Moritzburg Halle, Art Museum of Saxony-Anhalt in Co-operation with the Johannes Lepsius Archive at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg ; [2nd September to 12th November 2000] / Drost-Abgarjan, Armenuhi. Wiesbaden: Reichert.
Boehm, B. D. D. M., & Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N. Y. ). (1999). The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents the Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux a prayer book for a queen / Pucelle, Jean,; fl. 1320. [New York, N.Y.]: The Museum.
Boston, K. A. (1999). Imaging the logos: display and discourse in Justinian’s Hagia Sophia. University of London.
Brown, S. J., La Trobe University, & Theses. School of Historical & European Studies. (2005). The early Christian paintings in the baptistery of the Dura-Europos house church: a new perspective.
Bruschini, E. (2004). Masterpieces of the Vatican. Città del Vaticano : Edizioni Musei Vaticani ; London : Scala Publishers.
Buggeln, G. (2011). For the Beauty of the Church: Casting a Vision for the Arts. Christian Scholar’s Review, 40(4), 470–473.
Burn, B. (1989). The life of Christ: images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art u.a.
Cass, A.-E. N. (2004). Canonical orthodox ikons: establishing the difference between canonical ikons and religious themed paintings.
Chenault, J. K. (1989). Marian painting in the North in the late middle ages.
Connor, C. L. (1991). Art and miracles in medieval Byzantium: the crypt at Hosios Loukas and its frescoes. Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press.
Cornwell, H., & Cornwell, J. (2009). Saints, Signs, and Symbols: The Symbolic Language of Christian Art. Morehouse Publishing.
Davis, T. J. (2007). Face to Face: Portraits of the Divine in Early Christianity. Church History, 76(2), 401–403.
Deam, L. (2009). The Beauty of the Cross: The Passion of Christ in Theology and the Arts-from the Catacombs to the Eve of the Renaissance. The Journal of Religion, 89(2), 270.
Debray, R. (Author) L., (Translator) Debray, Régis., & V. T. (2004). The Old Testament through 100 masterpieces of art. London ; New York: Merrell.
Derbes, A. (1996). Picturing the passion in late medieval Italy: narrative painting, Franciscan ideologies, and the Levant. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Dominguez Torres, M. (2004). Frames for conversion: the assimilation of native motifs in the monastic decoration of New Spain (1540-1580).
Drury, J. (1999). Painting the word: Christian pictures and their meanings. New Haven, Conn. Yale University Press ; in association with National Gallery, London.
Ellison, M. D. (2003). Encountering the Shepherd of Dura: a re-examination of the Good Shepherd in early Christian art and texts.
Fiorenza, G. (2010). The Triumph of the Cross: The Passion of Christ in Theology and the Arts, from the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation. The Catholic Historical Review, 96(3), 538–539.
Fliegel, S. N. (2004). Sacred Meaning in the Christian Art of the Middle Ages. Cleveland State University Center for Sacr.
Flynn, E. L. (1990). Moses in the Visual Arts. Interpretation, 44(3), 265. Retrieved from
Frazier, J. E. (1997). Symbols and images in church. Chicago: Loyola Press.
Fulton, R. (2006). Saints and their Symbols: Recognizing Saints in Art and in Popular Images. Church History, 75(3), 716–717. Retrieved from
Garland, J. E. (2010). God’s word on canvas / Garland, Cindy. Cincinnati, Ohio: Standard Publishing.
Gerding, J. (2001). Drawing to God: art as prayer, prayer as art. Notre Dame, IN: Sorin Books.
Giakoumes, G. K., & (David A.). (1996). Monuments of Orthodoxy in Albania. Athens: Doukas School.
Giotto, 1266?-1337., 1435?-1482., della Francesca, Madonna of Mercy. Castagno, Andrea del, Youthful David. David, Gérard, … Giertz Education Center. (2009). Christianity in art. Sassetta,; ca. 1400-1450. ; Saint Anthony tempted by the Devil in the form of a woman. [Champaign, Ill.: Giertz Education Center at Krannert Art Museum.
Griffith, W. (2005). Great painters and their famous Bible pictures: the Bible story retold in one hundred masterpieces chronologically arranged, with sidelights on the life and work of the artists,. [Whitefish, MT]: Kessinger Publishing.
Hall, M. B. (2011). The sacred image in the age of art: Titian, Tintoretto, Barocci, El Greco, Caravaggio. New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press.
Hamburger, J. F. (1998). The visual and the visionary: art and female spirituality in late medieval Germany. New York : Zone Books ; London : MIT Press (distributor).
Hernández Ying, O. A. (2009). Angels in the Americas: paintings of apocryphal angels in Spain and its American viceroyalties.
Howes, G. (2007). The art of the sacred: an introduction to the aesthetics of art and belief. IB Tauris.
Hucker, C. (2011). A tale of two hallowed buildings : making God real for new generations.
Husband, T., Metropolitan Museum of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art., (2001 :, Historisches Museum Basel., & (2001 : (2001). The treasury of Basel Cathedral: [exhibition], The Metropolitan Museum of Art, [New York, February 28-May 2001]; [Historisches Museum Basel, July 13 through October 31, 2001] / Chapuis, Julien. New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art ; [New Haven] : distrib. by Yale University Press.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. (1998). The word made image: religion, art, and architecture in Spain and Spanish America, 1500-1600. Boston: Published by the Trustees of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Jasper, D. (2009). The sacred body: asceticism in religion, literature, art and culture. Waco, Tex: Baylor University Press.
Jefferson, L. M. (2008). The Image of Christ the Miracle Worker in Early Christian Art. Vanderbilt University.
Jessop, L. P., University of Victoria (B. C.), & Dept. of History in Art. (1993). Pictorial cycles of non-biblical saints the evidence of the 8th century mural cycles in Rome.
Kakabas, G., Hrsg., & Byzantino kai Christianiko Museio (Athenai). (2002). Post-Byzantium the Greek Renaissance 15th - 18th century teasures from the Byzantine & Christian Museum, Athens ; [Onassis Cultural Center, New York, November 7, 2002 - February 8, 2003]. Athens Hellenic Ministry of Culture ; Byzantine & Christian Museum.
Karahan, A. (2010). Byzantine holy images : Leuven: Peeters ; Walpole MA.
Kari, D. M. (1991). Finding a face for the triune God: Christian iconography in stained glass.
Kessler, H. L. (2000). Spiritual seeing: picturing God’s invisibility in Medieval art. Philadelphia: Philadelphia University Press.
Khazinedjian, M. (2006). Architecture Et Art Sacré Arméniens: Aperçu Et Divers Aspects / Khazinedjian, Albert. Paris, France: Harmattan.
Klein, H. A., & Cleveland Museum of Art. (2007). Sacred gifts and worldly treasures: Medieval masterworks from the Cleveland Museum of art. Cleveland, Ohio : Cleveland Museum of Art ; New York : distributed byAbrams.
Kochan, L. (1997). Beyond the graven image: A Jewish view. New York University Press.
Koerner, J. L. A. (2004). The reformation of the image. London: Reaktion.