Icons
An icon (from Greek εἰκών eikōn "image") is generally a flat panel painting depicting Jesus, Mary, saints and angels, which is venerated among Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and in certain Easte...
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Russian icons
An exploration of the icon of the three visitors to Abraham (Genesis 18:1-18) painted by the great Russian icon artist Andrei Rublev (c1365 - c 1427). It is ...
Cretan School
Cretan School describes an important school of icon painting, also known as Post-Byzantine art, which flourished while Crete was under Venetian rule during the late Middle Ages, reaching its climax af...
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Byzantine Iconoclasm
Byzantine Iconoclasm (Greek: Εἰκονομαχία, Eikonomachía) refers to two periods in the history of the Byzantine Empire when the use of religious images or icons was opposed by religious and imperial...
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Acheiropoieta
Acheiropoieta (Byzantine Greek: ἀχειροποίητα, "made without hand"; singular acheiropoieton) — also called Icons Made Without Hands (and variants) — are a particular kind of icon which are said to have...
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Russian icons
The use and making of icons entered Kievan Rus' following its conversion to Orthodox Christianity in AD 988. As a general rule, these icons strictly followed models and formulas hallowed by Byzantine ...
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Romanian icons
In the Romanian Orthodox Church, icons serve much the same purpose as they do in the rest of the worldwide Orthodox Church. The art of painting them has seen a revival after the end of the communist p...
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Theodore Jurewicz
Fr. Theodore Jurewicz (Russian: Феодор Юревич; 1953, Erie, Pennsylvania) is a Polish-American Orthodox old-rite priest and artist specializing in painting Byzantine icons and frescoes. Father Jure...
Our Lady of the Sign (Novgorod)
Znа́meniye (Russian: Зна́мение) or Our Lady of the Sign is an icon in the orans style, dated at the first half of the 12th century. The icon was painted in medieval Novgorod. It is one of the most rev...
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Joy of All Who Sorrow
In Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Christianity, the Joy of All Who Sorrow (Russian: Всех скорбящих Радость) is a title given to the Theotokos (Mary, the mother of Jesus). The iconography is...
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Dimitar Zograf
Dimitar Hristov (Bulgarian: Димитър Христов), better known as Dimitar Zograf (Димитър Зограф) (1796–1860), was a noted 19th-century Bulgarian painter known for his icons.Born in Samokov to the fam...
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Our Lady Derzhavnaya
Our Lady Derzhavnaya ("The Sovereign") is a Russian icon believed to date from the 18th century. According to Irina Yazykova, the Reigning Icon, "remains one of the most revered both inside Russia and...
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Egon Sendler
Father Egon Sendler (1 August 1923 – 17 March 2014) was a Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit order and one of the world's foremost experts on the painting of Eastern Orthodox icons. He was also an au...
Theotokos of Buchyn
The Theotokos of Buchyn is an icon which allegedly appeared in the 18th century and honored as miraculous by the Orthodox Christians of Volyn, Rivne (Ukraine), and Pinsk (Belarus) Polesye. The icon...
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Theotokos Uralskaya
Theotokos Uralskaya (Our Lady of Urals) is the Russian Orthodox Marian icon locally venerated in Ekaterinburg and Urals. According to Ekaterinburg Eparchy, the image of the icon appeared in January 9,...
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Axion Estin
Axion estin (Greek: Ἄξιον ἐστίν, Slavonic: Достóйно éсть, Dostóino yesť), or It is Truly Meet, is a megalynarion and a theotokion, i.e. a magnification of and a Hymn to Mary which is chanted in the D...
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List of Theotokos of St. Theodore icons
It is the list having historical and a cultural value of icons Theotokos of St. Theodore. They are stored in known museums or professional assemblages of collectors.
List of Theotokos of St. Theodore icons - Wikipedia