“ТИ, КОЈ НЕКОГАШ БЕШЕ ДАЛЕКУ, СЕГА ГЛЕДАШ ОДБЛИЗУ”: ЦИКЛУСОТ ХРИСТОВИ ДЕЛА И ПОУКИ ВО СВЕТИ ДИМИТРИЈА – МАРКОВ МАНАСТИР

"THEE,WHO USED TO BE SO FAR AWAY, NOW YOU SEE CLOSE":THE COLLECTION OF CHRIST’S DEEDS AND PREACHES IN ST.DIMITRIJA-MARKO MONASTERY

  • Ивона Панџак-Пинева ЈНУ Институт за старословенска култура - Прилеп
Keywords: Христови дела и поуки, Марков манастир, византиска уметност, фрескосликарство

Abstract

Во овој труд се разгледува тематскиот концепт и иконографската структура на Циклусот Христови дела и поуки насликан во црквата Свети Димитрија – Марков манастир (1376/77) во с. Сушица близу Скопје. Ќе биде дискутирана литургиската основа врз која е направен изборот на претставените сцени, специфичниот распоред и претставувањето на сцени кои се јавуваат за првпат во сликаните ансамбли на територијата на Р Македонија.

 

SUMMARY

This paper deals with the thematic conception and iconographic structure of the Ministry Cycle in the church of St. Demetrius in Markov Manastir (176/77) in the village Susuca near Skopje, the illustration of which encompasses representations of Christ’s parables and miracles, as well as few scenes depicting his miraculous healings. The liturgical background of the painted Cycle is discussed in accordance with the arrangement of the scenes represented, while in the context of the sublime iconographic analyses of the Cycle, the closest parallels of the St. Demetrius in Markov Manastir compositions with the Ministry scenes in the churches belonging to the Palaeologan period have been quoted. We would like to turn our attention to the specific arrangement of the depicted scenes specially selected to transmit particular message to the monastic comunity and the presence of scenes depicted after a period of absence in their representation within Byzantine churches. Most of the scenes from the Cycle of Christ’s Public Ministry in St. Demetrius in Markov Manastir can be found as a standard iconography of Palaeologan churches, but with few exceptions as: the first known representation of the scene Christ’s healing the centurions servant or Healing the nobleman’s son, Healing the widows son of Naim, whose presence affirm the aspiration of the donor to leave behind a monument worthy of a glorious legacy.

Published
2018-12-29
Section
ARTICLES / ПРИЛОЗИ