Acasă Articole RTR Cornel Tatai-Baltă, Materialul grafic al Molitvenicului de la Blaj din 1784

Cornel Tatai-Baltă, Materialul grafic al Molitvenicului de la Blaj din 1784

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The Graphic Material of the Molitvenicof Blaj from 1784. The Variety of its Sources of Inspiration

The graphic material of the Molitvenic printed in Blaj in 1784 is varied as regards both the style (Byzantine, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque) and the sources of inspiration (German, Romanian, Ukrainian) which makes up a further proof that the cultural, political and ecclesiastical town of Blaj situated in the centre of Transylvania, had relations with important centres from Europe.

Keywords: Typography of Blaj, woodcut, Berlin, Bucharest, Iasi, Lviv.

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