Looks at the emergence of icons in the Byzantine period and their role as part of the Orthodox church
An introduction to the world of icons, looking at their emergence in the Byzantine period and their subsequent role as an integral part of the liturgy of the Orthodox Church.
[Image: All Saints Icon, Russia 1890]
THE ARTS SOCIETY ACCREDITED LECTURER
Mrs Jane Angelini
Jane is a freelance lecturer for The Arts Society and other arts organisations. She runs her own art tours company, specialising in cultural visits. She speaks several foreign languages and has translated a number of works of 19th century Russian literature for Penguin Books and Oxford University Press. She has a BA in Russian Studies and an MA in Byzantine Studies.