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Russian Wooden Icons Sale Amsterdam HVB7333 Prophet Ezechiel, The Feast of The Birth of The Virgin

. If you have any questions please contact me here.     HVB7333: Prophet Ezechiel and the Feast of the Birth of the Virgin This icon taken from an iconostasis depicting the new born Child. The whole scene is set in a Byzantine style architecture. The proud father St.Joachim watches the scene with visible delight.

Antique Russian Wooden Triptych Icons IMG 5131 Triptych

. If you have any questions please contact me here.     IMG_5131 Triptych   Russian Wooden Triptych Icons Amsterdam Russische Houten Triptych Ikonen Amsterdam   If you have any questions please contact me.   .

Antique Russian Wooden Icons Amsterdam: Saint Nicolas of Mozaisk

  St. Nicolas of Mozaisk Monumental icon depicting Saint Nicolas of Mozaisk. In his left hand the Kremlin of Mozaisk. In his right hand the sword with which he chased away the Tartar invaders. The spirals on the background of the icon are symbolizing that Saint Nicolas is the master over the seas. This early

Antique Russian Wooden Icons: 031 Icon of Aaron

.   031 Icon_ Russian icon from an iconostasis depicting the prophet Aaron, second half 17th century, 6x50cm   The prophet Aaron is here depicted with a twig of an almond tree. We can find this symbol of new life back in the book Numeri 17, verse 23. This icon once was part of the

Antique Russian Wooden Icons IMG 5115 The Three Saints

. IMG_5115 Icon The Three Saints, on wooden panel Rare icon with three chosen Saints most likely the patron saints of a family consisting of a father, a mother and a son. The inscriptions which could identify the saints are gone but most likely the depicted saints from left to right are: Saint George, Saint

Antique Russian Wooden Icons MG 5280 The Holy Mandulion

MG 5280:RUSSIAN ICON DEPICTING THE HOLY MANDULION, CIRCA 1700: This Icon depicts the Holy Mandulion, the Face of Christ,not made by human hands. The legend of the Mandulion is similar to the western story of Veronika who wiped the Face of Jesus with a piece of cloth. The Icon is painted in the Style of