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German, 11th century, male.

Active in Salzburg.


Although this artist worked in Salzburg, his work has the Byzantine traits of the Regensburg School.


Robin Cormack

Austrian art historian. A highly influential scholar of Byzantine art, he was also concerned with western medieval painting, particularly Romanesque, and with the restoration of Austrian monuments. He studied art history under Josef Strzygowski at the University of Vienna (1921–8). From 1930 to 1936...


Style of architecture used chiefly in western Europe and North America from the 1820s until the end of the 19th century. In Europe it was related to the Rundbogenstil and the Byzantine Revival, and in England it was an extension of the Norman Revival. It derived ultimately from Romanesque church architecture of the 11th and 12th centuries. Its principal characteristics were the semicircular arch and the barrel or groin vault. In Bavaria, for example, ...


Pattern of hatched, parallel lines, used especially to represent drapery in Byzantine and Romanesque painting and sculpture.