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The Rublev Trinity: The Icon of the Trinity by the Monk-Painter Andrei Rublev

   
Gabriel Bunge
with a foreword by Sergei S. Averintsev
translation by Andrew Louth

“The icon of the Holy Trinity by the saint and painter-monk Andrei Rublev has at all times aroused a great interest. Previous writings relate the circumstances of its genesis; a church council included it among canonical models; modern authors dedicate to it a constantly growing number of theological and art-historical investigations. The study of this secondary literature alone has become a subject in itself. There can scarcely be any other icon about which so much has been written. [...]Our aim is not to increase the scholarship on Rublev’s icon but rather, above all, to make its timeless message accessible to the contemporary praying believer.”
—“Introduction”

CONTENTS

FOREWORD
   Sergei S. Averintsev
INTRODUCTION
   1 Original and Copy
   2 The Iconographic Tradition
   3 The Theological Interpretation
   4 Sergii of Radonezh
   5 Nikon of Radonezh and Andrei Rublev
   6 The Spirit of Truth
   7 The Heavenly Liturgy
   8 Tradition and the New Creation
   9 Essence and Person
   10 The Johannine Pentecost
   11 The Vision of God in Image and Likeness
EXCURSUS
   On the Origin of the Pilgrim Souvenir from Mambre
ILLUSTRATIONS
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

Item Number: BKV747C
Publication Data: Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2007
Format: hardcover
Number of Pages: 120
Dimensions (l × w × h): 28.1 cm × 20.1 cm × 1.2 cm
Additional Information: full-color illustrations, dust jacket
ISBN-10: 0‒88141‒310‒0
ISBN-13: 978‒0‒88141‒310‒6

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