Gazing on God: Trinity, Church and Salvation in Orthodox Thought and Iconography
by Andreas Andreopoulos
“This is a gem of a book, and although it doesn’t claim to give a full account of the theology of the icon, like the classic two-volume work of Leonid Ouspensky, a number of popular misconceptions are corrected. It is, as Andreopoulos writes, less about what we see as about who sees us (pp. 60 and 130)”.
Christopher Irvine, in “Theology”, vol. 118, issue 1