'Maniera Cypria: Cypriot painting of the 13th century between two worlds' Exhibition in Nicosia
The 13th century, with the subjugation and partition of the Byzantine Empire (since 1204 and onwards) by Western crusaders, is a key point in the development of the Byzantine art in general. In Cyprus, already occupied since 1191 by the Crusaders and the autocephalous Church subjugated to the Pope of Rome under the Constitutio Cypria, known as Bulla Cypria, the change in art is evident with local peculiarities.
Hall of temporary exhibitions of the Byzantine Museum Foundation Archbishop Makarios III, Nicosia from January 19 to July 31, 2017
Source: Byzantine Museum Foundation Archbishop Makarios III [February 22, 2017]