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Mattheus Immerzeel

University Lecturer

Name
Dr. M. Immerzeel
Telephone
+31 71 527 2945
E-mail
m.immerzeel@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Research

Cultuur en Kunst van het Christelijk Oosten, in het bijzonder van het Syrische gebied 

Doel van het onderzoek: - door middel van bronnenonderzoek te komen tot opheldering van bepaalde problemen m.b.t. de Syrische cultuurgeschiedenis (gezien in een ruim verband). - wetenschappelijk verslag te doen van documentatie- en conserveringsactiviteiten van (hoofdzakelijk Christelijke) kunstobjecten in het Midden-Oosten

Publications

  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). Proskynataria from Jerusalem. Souvenirs of a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.  Series Byzantina, 3, pp. 9-24.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). Proskynetaria - Inventory.  Series Byzantina, 3, pp. 25-34.
  • Aalst, V. van & Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Proskynetarion of Hernen Castle.  Eastern Christian Art, 2, pp. 83-92.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Wall Paintings in the Church of Mar Elian at Homs: A 'Restoration Project' of a nineteenth-Century Palestinian Painter.  Eastern Christian Art, 1, pp. 149-166.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Decoration of the Chapel of the Prophet Elijah in Ma'arrat Saydnaya. In Schmidt, A. & Westphalen, S. (Ed.),  Christlichen Wandmalereien in Syrien. (SKCO, 14, pp. 28-155). Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.

University Lecturer

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculteitsbureau
  • International Studies

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 5.61

Contact

  • Immerzeel M. (2013), The Decorated Syrian Orthodox Churches of Saddad (Syria), Eastern Christian Art 8(2011): 57-82.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), A Representation of St Julian Saba in Deir Mar Musa’, Eastern Christian Art 7: 35-41.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), The Last Judgement in Saydnaya, Eastern Christian Art 7: 17-34.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), The Drawing of Grigorovich-Barsky, Eastern Christian Art 6: 111-118.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), ‘Het Klooster van Saydnaya (Syrië)’, ZemZem 2 (2010), 57-68., ZemZem. Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika en islam 2: 57-68.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Immerzeel M., Jeudy A. & Snelders B. (2011), A Mixed Company of Syrians, Saracens and Greeks. Artistic Interaction in Middle Eastern Christian Art in the Middle Ages. In: Knipp D. (Ed.) Siculo-Arabic Ivories and Islamic Painting 1100-1300, Proceedings of the International Conference, Berlin, 6–8 July 2007’. München: Hirmer Verlag. 223-253.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. & Kleiterp L. (2011), The Church of Deir Mar Tuma in Saydnaya: A Reused Roman Temple, Eastern Christian Art 8(2011): 83-100.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Jeudy A. (2010), Christian Art in the Mamluk Period. In: Haddad M. (Ed.) Towards a Cultural History of the Mamluk Era. Beirut: Ergon Verlag. 45-66.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), A Play of Light and Shadow. The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and Their Historical Context. In: Mikhail M., Moussa M. (Eds.) Christianity and Monasticism in Wadi al-Natrun. Cairo: AUB Press. 246-271.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), Identity Puzzles. Medieval Christian Art in Syria and Lebanon. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.book
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), Medieval Syrian Orthodox Church Decoration: Deir al-Surian and Deir Mar Musa3-238.. In: Teule H., Fotescu Tauwinkl C., Haar Romeny B. ter, J. van Ginkel J. van (Eds.) The Syriac Renaissance. Leuven: Peeters Publishers. 223-244.conference paper
  • Haar Romeny R.B. ter, Atto N., Ginkel J.J. van, Immerzeel M. & Snelders B. (2009), The Formation of a Communal Identity among West Syrian Christians: Results and Conclusions of the Leiden Project, Church History and Religious Culture 89(1-3): 1-52.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2008), Playing with Light and Shadow. The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and Their Historical Context,, Eastern Christian Art 5: 59-74.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Icon Painting in the County of Tripoli of the Thirteenth Century. In: Hourihane C. (Ed.) Interactions, Artistic Interchange Between the Eastern and Western Worlds in the Medieval Period. Penn State: Penn State university Press. 67-83.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Les peintures murales de Kaftûn, Bulletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises 11: 315-316.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Hélou N. (2007), Les peintures murales de Kaftûn, Bulletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises 11: 315-316.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Les pères de l’Eglise dans les peintures murales médiévales du Liban et de la Syrie. In: Schmidt A., Gonnet D. (Eds.) Les Pères grecs dans la tradition syriaque. Paris: Geuther. 185-194.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Monasteries and Churches of the Qalamun (Syria): Art and Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages, Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies 7: 74-98.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Some Remarks about the Name of the Monastery and an Enigmatic Scene, Eastern Christian Art 4: 127-131.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), The Inscriptions, ECA 4, Eastern Christian Art 4: 133-185.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), The Monastery of Our Lady of Saydnaya and Its Icon, Eastern Christian Art 4: 13-26.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Hélou N. (2005), Kaftun. The Wall Paintings, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 16: 453-458.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), Proskynataria from Jerusalem. Souvenirs of a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Series Byzantina 3: 9-24.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), Proskynetaria - Inventory, Series Byzantina 3: 25-34.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), The Decoration of the Chapel of the Prophet Elijah in Ma'arrat Saydnaya. In: Schmidt A., Westphalen S. (Eds.) Christlichen Wandmalereien in Syrien. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag. 28-155.book chapter
  • Aalst V. van & Immerzeel M. (2005), The Proskynetarion of Hernen Castle, Eastern Christian Art 2: 83-92.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), The Wall Paintings in the Church of Mar Elian at Homs: A 'Restoration Project' of a nineteenth-Century Palestinian Painter, Eastern Christian Art 1: 149-166.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), A Play of light and shadow: The Stuccoes of Dayr al-Suryan and their Historical Context, Coptica. Journal of the Saint Mark Foundation and Saint Shenouda the Archimandrite Coptic Society 3: 104-129.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Vliet J. van der (Eds.) (2004), Coptic studies on the threshold of a new millennium. Proceedings of the seventh International congress of Coptic studies, Leiden, 27 August-2 September 2000. Leuven: Peeters.editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), Holy Horsemen and Crusader Banners. Equestrian Saints in Wall Paintings in Lebanon and Syria, Eastern Christian Art 1: 29-60.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), Medieval Wall paintings in Lebanon: Donors and Artists, Chronos 10: 7-47.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Snelders B. (2004), The Thirteenth-century Flabellum from Deir al-surian in the Musée Royal de Mariemont (Morlanwelz, Belgium). with an appendix by Lucas Van Rompay on the Syriac Inscriptions, Eastern Christian Art 1: 113-140.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2003), Divine Cavalry. Mounted Saints in Middle Eastern Christian Art. In: Ciggaar K., Teule H. (Eds.) East and West in the Crusader States. Context-Contacts-Confrontations III, Acta of the congress held at Hernen Castle in september 2000. Leuven/Dudley: Peeters. 265-286.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian: A waqf of the Takritans in Fustat?. In: Immerzeel M., Vliet J. van der (Eds.) Coptic Studies on the Treshold of a New Millennium. Proceedings of the seventh International Congress of Coptic Studies, leiden, 27 august - 2 september 2000. Leuven: Peeters. 1303-1320.conference paper
  • Zayat E. & Immerzeel M. (Eds.) (2000), Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC.editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Documentation Methods. A Manual for the Registration and Description of Art Objects. In: Zayat E., Immerzeel M. (Eds.) Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC. 45-53.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Inventory of Lebanese Wall Paintings, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 3: 3-19.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Leiden's Egyptian Experience: The ENCCAP Project. In: Zayat E., Immerzeel M. (Eds.) Documentation and Conervation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC. 15-20.conference paper
  • Chavannes-Mazel C., Immerzeel M., Innemee K.C., Loon G.J.M. van, Rompay L. Van & Veelenturf I.K. (Eds.) (2000), P.P.V. van Moorsel, Called to Egypt. Collected Studies on Painting in Christian Egypt. Leiden: NINO.editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), The Crowned Altar. The stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and their historical background, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 3: 40-62.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2002), The 'Joint Problem'. Non-Monolithic Sarcophagi from the Fourth Century. In: Koch G., Kirchhainer K. (Eds.) Akten des Symposiums "Frühchristliche Sarkophage". Marburg, 30.06-07.07.1999. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp Von Zabern. 119-127.conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), A Matter of Lide and Death. The Mosaic from Shahba (Philippopolis) in the National Museum in Damascus, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 63-71.article in journal
  • Innemee K.C., Immerzeel M., Rompay L. Van & Mols L.E.M. (1999), Member of editorial staff Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2.editorship of journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Loon G.J.M. van (1999), Inventory of Coptic Wall Paintings. Part One. Wall Paintings in Monasteries and Churches. Additions and corrections, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 6-12.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Proskyneteria from Jerusalem, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 53-62.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Wandschilderingen in Libanon, Het Christelijk Oosten 51: 99-121.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Wonen in de woestijn. In: NN NN (Ed.) Catalogus Kopten en Ethiopiërs. Tweeduizend jaar mystiek en christendom langs de Nijl. Uden: Museum voor Religieuze Kunst. 24-34.book chapter
  • Immerzeel M. (1998), Iconen in het Nabije Oosten, Het Christelijk Oosten 49(3-4): 233-258.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1998), Iconen uit Syrië en Egypte, Eikonikon 56: 3-12.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Innemee K.C., Mols L.E.M., Rompay L. Van & Immerzeel M. (1998), Member of editorial staff Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1(1).editorship of journal
  • Loon G.J.M. van & Immerzeel M. (1998), Inventory of Coptic Wall-paintings. Part One: Wall-paintings in Monasteries and Churches, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1: 6-55.article in journal
  • Immerzeel M., Innemee K.C. & Mommers M. (1998), Syrian Icons and Wall-Paintings, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1: 56-72.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Immerzeel M. (1997), Coptic Art. In: Doorn-Hander N. van, Vogt K. (Eds.) Between Desert and City: the Coptic Orthodox Church Today. Oslo: NOWS. 275-288.book chapter
  • Immerzeel M. (1997), Syrische Iconen - Syrian Icons. Collectie / Collection Antoine Touma. Gent: Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon.book
  • Jongste P.F.B. & Immerzeel M. (1995), Ancient Maps of Egypt, Essays on Coptic Art and Culture 2: 1-15.article in journal

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