National Iconographic Museum "Onufri"
Muzeu Kombëtar Ikonografik "Onufri"
Logo of National Iconographic Museum "Onufri"
View of National Iconographic Museum "Onufri"
|Established||27 February 1986|
|Key holdings||Medieval Period|
|Collection size||173 objects|
The National Iconographic Museum "Onufri" Albanian: Muzeu Kombëtar Ikonografik "Onufri") is an Albanian national museum dedicated to Byzantine art and iconography in Berat, Albania. The museum is located inside the Church of the Dormition of St Mary in the castle quarter Berat. The museum was named to honor Onufri, an Albanian painting Headmaster of the 16th century.
The museum features on display 173 objects chosen from a found of 1500 objects belonging to the found of Albanian Churches and Monasteries as well as to Berat.
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- Nikola (Onufri’s son)
- Onouphrios Cypriotes
- David Selenica
- Kostandin Shpataraku
- Çetiri’s (or Katro) tribe (Gjergj, Nikolla, Johani, Naumi, Gjergji junior)
- Many other anonymous painters.
Icon by Onufri. Cathedral of Berat.
Icon of the Apostle Saint Peter, painted by Nikolla, son of Onufri, second half of the 16th century. Today Onufri-Museum Berat.
18th century icon painting by Kostandin Shpataraku.
- Nomination file Historic Centres of Berat and Gjirokastra, UNESCO
- Eno Koço (27 February 2015). A Journey of the Vocal Iso(n). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 45–6. ISBN 978-1-4438-7578-3.
- Gillian Gloyer (7 January 2015). Albania. Bradt Travel Guides. pp. 123–4. ISBN 978-1-84162-855-4.
- National Museum "Onufri", Muzeumet Berat