St. Vladimirs Seminary Press: March 2008
It's a tall, thin hardcover with a simple yet elegant cover and contents, and we could sum up the message concisely: iconography is a living act, a living Tradition passed through the vermilion hand and azure soul of the icon-writer. The whole Church, from its catacomb days in antiquity to its catacomb days in the modern era, has been thinking, praying and speaking in this language, this charismatic language of icons. Between the short, inspiring biography introducing the book and its elegant closing memoir, Recovering the Icon
reproduces and explains 100 icons -- painted, carved or pr... View More...