Νικόλαος Ιωάννου Ταληδόρος (Miklos Jankovicz) (ca 1750-1817) and his wood-carver's workshop in EgerPart of : Balkan studies : biannual publication of the Institute for Balkan Studies ; Vol.30, No.1, 1989, pages 43-66
In the wood-carver’s workshop of νικολαος ιωαννου ταληδορος wereprepared the iconostasion of the St. Nicolas Church in Eger, the Holy TrinityChurch in Miskolc, the Assumption of God’s Mother in Budapest and theSt. George Church in Karcag. Three iconostasions were signed with his Christianname and surnames and one with only his initials. We know very littleabout the life of Miklós Jankovicz, the wood-carver. There are only a fewarchival documents and the inscriptions on his works that indicate some eventsof his life. His iconostasions are outstanding works of art. They bear themarks of the late Baroque style and the style of the Classicism. He was notonly one of the most skilled orthodox wood-carvers in Hungary, but the mosttalented builder of iconostasions as well.
Το άρθρο περιέχει εικόνες.