Photios Kontoglou, one of the great Orthodox laymen of the 20th century, was not only an iconographer whose love of Byzantine iconography caused a great revival in traditional iconography, but a devoted author (nominated for a Nobel prize in literature), philosopher and teacher. This book presents his life and thought from 1920 to his repose in 1965.
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