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Orthodox Icons priced under $5,000


"Father Joseph received the Icon he is extatic with it. It is on the kitchen table where he sees it all the time, and is wondering how many different households had the fortune of having this beautiful piece."



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Icons Depicting Mother of God

Russian processional double-sided Icon - Virgin of the Sign / St. Nicholas of Myra

ca. 1880s, Suzdal school

22 in x 20 3/4 in (55.5 cm x 52.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera over tooled gilt backround on wood

443-MI1-15
$5,500
 

Russian Icon - Madonna of the Sign of Kursk with Sts. Matriona and Catherine on borders

Ca. 1870s, Old Believer's workshop

10 in x 12 1/2 in (25.5 cm x 31.5 cm)

Egg tempera on wood

 

 

536-Mi1-45
$1,150

 

Russian Icon - Mother of God of Unexpected Joy

Ca. 1880s, Moscow region

12 in x 14 in (30.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

The “Unexpected Joy” Icon depicts a room with an icon of the Mother of God, and beneath it a youth is kneeling at prayer. The sinful youth, who was nevertheless devoted to the Theotokos, was praying one day before the icon before going out to commit a sin. Suddenly, he saw that wounds appeared on the Lord’s hands, feet, and side, and blood flowed from them. In horror he exclaimed, “O Lady, who has done this?” The Mother of God replied, “You and other sinners, because of your sins, crucify My Son anew.” Only then did he realize how great was the depth of his sinfulness. For a long time he prayed with tears to the All-Pure Mother of God and the Savior for mercy. Finally, he received the unexpected joy of the forgiveness of his sins. This type of icon was popular among Russian repented criminals.

Egg tempera and parcel gilt on wood

18-VT-9
$3,250

Russian Icon - Surety of Sinners Madonna

Icon was painted circa 1870, South Western Russia.

Egg tempera on wood.

Size: 13 x 10 ½ in (33 x 26.5 cm).

 

59-23-FPi-14
$3,200

Russian Icon - Mother of God, Joy of All Who Sorrow

Ca. second half of the XIX century, Mstera, Moscow region

11 1/2 in x 14 in (29 cm x 35.5 cm)

This type of icon first appeared in 1643 in the Church of the Transfiguration in Moscow and shows the crowned Mother of God depicted full-figured in the center, holding the infant Christ on her left arm and a scepter in her right hand. Suffering people are gathered on both sides of her with angels among them and God, the Father above her in Heavens. Her Feast day is celebrated on October 24.

Egg tempera and parcel gilt on wood

5-VT-25
$5,500

Russian Icon - Joy of All Who Sorrow Mother of God with two border Saints

Icon was painted circa 1820, Vetka, Western Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 12 ½ x 10 ½ in (32 x 26.5 cm).

55-12-FPi-25
$4,500

Russian Icon - Joy to All Who Sorrow Mother of God

Ca. 1870s, Central Russia

The Joy of All Who Sorrow iconography is specifically Russian, without Byzantine precedent. The icon depicts the Theotokos full figured standing in aureola, holding the infant Christ on her left arm , with New Testament Trinity above in Heavens, surrounded angels, four evangelists and crowds of suffering people. Her Feast day is celebrated on October 24.

Size: 10 1/4 x 14 1/4 in (26 x 36 cm).

 

16-LGi-12
$2,500

Russian Icon - Bogolybskaya Mother of God with Saints

Icon was painted circa 1880, Central Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 10 ½ x 9 in (26.5 x 23 cm)

 

63-29-FPi-16
$3,200

Russian Icon - Our Lady of the Kiev Pecherskaya Lavra (Cave Monastery)

Icon was painted circa 1860, Kiev, Ukraine.

Egg tempera on wood. Size: 10 ½ x 7 in (26.5 x 18 cm).

 

 

73-51-FPi-18
$3,500

Russian Icon - Tikhvin Mother of God

circa 1880s, Village of Kholui.

Egg tempera and gilding on wood.

Size: 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in (21.5 x 26.5 cm).

4-DDSK-45
$1,250

Russian Icon - Our Lady of Vilnius

Icon was painted circa 1890, Southern Russia.

Oil on wood. Oklad with paste stones and glass jewels.

Size: 14 ½ x 10 ½ in (37 x 26.5 cm).

Scarce subject

 

75-55-FPi-18

 

 

Russian Icon - Madonna of Iveron (Georgian) in silver oklad and kiot shadow box

Ca. 1878, Hallmark ИЗ of maker Ivan Zakharov in Moscow.

The Panagia Portaitissa (Παναγία Πορταΐτισσα, Greek for "Keeper of the Gate") or the Iviron Theotokos is the Eastern Orthodox icon of Virgin Mary which, according to the Sacred Tradition, was painted by Luke the Evangelist. The icon is referred to as "Wonderworking" meaning that numerous miracles have been attributed to the intercession of the Theotokos by persons praying before it. The original of this image is found in the Georgian Iviron monastery on Mount Athos in Greece, where it is believed to have been since the year 999.

icon: 6 1/2 in x 8 1/4 in (16.5 cm x 21 cm), kiot box: 10 in x 12 in (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm)

Egg tempera on wood, engraved silver oklad cover, wood kiot shadow box and gilt frame

67-38-FP1-22
$4,500

Russian Icon - Fyodorovskaya Mother of God

Mid 19th century, Moscow school

 

12 in x 13 1/2 in (31 cm x 35 cm)

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

02-DDLV2-13
$3,500

Russian Icon - Porkov- The Protection of the Most Holy Mother of God

Ca. mid 18th century, Vladimir icon painting villages

Size: 12 x 14 in (30.5 x 35.5 cm).

 

 

 

25-LGi-18
$3,900

Russian Icon - The Protection of the Most Holy Mother of God

ca. 1850s, Vetka, Western Russia

11 3/4 in x 9 in (36 cm x 22.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera over gilt backround on wood

10-DDSI-45
$2,350

Russian Icon - The Protection of the Most Holy Mother of God

ca. 1870s, Central Russia school

11 3/4 in x 9 in (36 cm x 22.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera on wood

1-DDLF-4
$1,700

Russian Icon - The Protection of the Most Holy Mother of God

ca.2nd half of the 19th c., Syzdal school

11 1/2 in x 9 in (35.5 cm x 22.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera on wood

331-MI1-12
$3,000

 

 

Russian Icon - Pokrov of the Most Holy Mother of God with Border Saints.

ca. 19th century , Nevyansk, Ural Mountains School

11 3/4 in x 14 in (30 cm x 35.5 cm)

The Protection (Pokrov) of the Mother of God is one of the most beloved Feast days on the Orthodox calendar commemorated on October 1. The feast day celebrates the appearance of the Mother of God at Constantinople in the X century at the time when the people in the city were threatened by a barbarian invasion. St. Andrew, the Holy Fool with his disciple St. Epiphanius, and a group of people, saw the Mother of God, St. John the Baptist, and several other Saints and Angels during a vigil in the Church of Blachernae, nearby the city gates. The Mother of God approached the center of the church, knelt down and remained in prayer for a long time with her face drowned in tears. Then she took her veil off and spread it over the people as a sign of protection. After the appearance of the Mother of God, the danger was averted and the city was spared from bloodshed and suffering.

100-MI1-18
$3,900

Russian Icon - Madonna of the Unburned Thornbush

First Half of the 19th century, Central Russia

8 1/2 in x 10 1/2 in (21.5 cm x 26.5 cm)

 

 

 

231-MI1-6
$1,500

Russian Icon - Three-Handed Mother of God

ca. mid 19th century, Provincial school

 

7 1/2 x 9 3/4 in (19 cm x 24.5 cm)

 

 

01-LVC-65
$1,300

Russian Icon - Madonna of Kazan

 

ca. 1860d, Provincial School

11 1/2 in x 14 in (29 cm x 35.5 cm)

Egg tempera over silvered background on wood

449-MI1-7
$1,900

Russian Icon - Madonna of Kazan

 

ca. 1800, St. Petersburg School

10 in x 12 in (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm)

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

 

084-MI1-22
$4,200

Orthodox Triptych Icon - the Unfading Mother of God with Saints George and Dimitrius

Ca. XIX c., the Balkans

12 1/4 in x 17 in (31 cm x 43.5 cm)

Egg tempera on wood

4-DDJ-5
$1750

Russian Icon - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Ca. 1860s, Central Russia

10 1/2 in x 12 1/3 in (26.5 cm x 31 cm)

Egg tempera on wood

 

2-DDSk-32

Russian Icon - Holy Trinity crowning the Blessed Virgin Mary

Ca. 1860s, Saint Petersburg

10 1/2 in x 12 1/3 in (26.5 cm x 31 cm)

Egg tempera and parcel gilt on wood

The subject was borrowed from the Western art and depicts God the Father, represented as a dignified old man, on the right and Jesus Christ on the left holding Mary's crown above her head while the Holy Spirit represented in the form of a white dove shines above them from the Heavens.

479-MI1-29
$3,950

Russian Icon - Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God

Icon was painted circa 1740, Nevyansk School, Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 14 ¼ x 12 ½ in (36 x 32 cm).

 

61-27-FPi-15
$3,500

Russian Icon - Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God

Early- 19th century, Central Russia School

15 1/2 in x 18 in (39.5 cm x 45.5 cm)

 

 

 

388-LV1-18
$3,900

Icons Depicting Deisis, Jesus Christ, and Scenes of His Passion

Russian Icon - Christ Almighty with four border Saints: martyrs Florus and Laurus, martyr bishop Charalambos, and Basil the Great.

circa 1850, Central Russia, Guslitsy Old Believer's workshop

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 17 1/2 x 20 in (44.5 x 50.5 cm).

2-DDDC-15
$3,750

Russian Icon - King of Kings - Christ Enthroned

circa 1870, Vetka, Western Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 15 1/2 x 20 in (39.5 x 50.5 cm).

2-DDNY69-4
$2,850

Russian Icon - King of Kings - Christ Enthroned with the Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist

circa 1820s, Central Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 12 x 13 1/2 in (30.5 x 34 cm).

6-DDDC-5
$2,250

Russian Icon - Christ Enthroned with St. George and St. John Chrysostom

Icon was painted circa 1880, Veliky Usting, Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 12 ¼ x 10 ¼ in (31 x 26 cm).

 

39-28-FPi-25
$4,800

Russian Icon - Entry into Jerusalem

Icon was painted circa 1890s, icon painting village of Palekh

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 in (17 x 21.5 cm).

Jesus is depicted astride a donkey, descending the Mount of Olives with his apostles, before him are towers of the city of Jerusalem with Jewish elders greeting him at the Gate, and a child laying cloak at his feet.

519-Mi1-13
$4,500

Russian Icon - Christ Healing of the Bleeding Woman

ca.1850s, Central Russia school

11 in x 14 in (28 cm x 29.5 cm)

Rare subject!

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

 

337-MI1-12
$2,900

Russian Icon - The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

circa 1830s, Central Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 10 x 12 in (25.5 x 30.5 cm).

3-DDDC-5
$2,000

Russian Icon - The Entombment of Jesus Christ

circa 1830s, Central Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 10 x 12 in (25.5 x 30.5 cm).

4-DDDC-4
$1,700

Russian Icon -The Holy Ascension of Jesus Christ

circa 1880s, Academic school.

Egg tempera on wood.

Size: 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in (21.5 x 26.5 cm).

5-DDDC-2
$800

Russian Icon - The Holy Ascension of Jesus Christ

 

 

ca. mid. 19th century, Central Russian school

14 in x 18 in (35.5 cm x 45.5 cm)

Egg tempera on wood

386-MI1-19
$3,500

 
Icons Depicting Principal Feasts of the Orthodox Church

Russian Icon - Twelve Principal Feasts and the Scenes of the Resurrection

ca. 1900, Suzdal

6 3/4 in x 8 3/4 in (17 cm x 22 cm)

Egg tempera, tooling, with parcel gilding on wood

524-Mi1-12
$3,500

Russian Icon - Ressurrection and Descent to the Hades with Twelve Holy Feasts

circa 1900, Provincial Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 12 x 14 in (30.5 x 35.5 cm).

546-AI1-8
$2,200

Russian Icon - Ressurrection and Descent to the Hades with Twelve Holy Feasts and Four Evangelists

Ca. 1900, Central Russia

Size: 12 x 14 in (30.5 x 35.5 cm).

 

 

 

01-IAi1-18
$3,500

Russian Icon - Twelve Principal Feasts and the Scenes of the Resurrection and Descent into Hades

ca. 1900, Central Russia

11 3/4 in x 14 in (30.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

 

Egg tempera, tooling, with parcel gilding on wood

 

521-Mi1-18
$4,500

Russian Icon - Twelve Principal Feasts with the Scenes of the Resurrection and the Descent to Hell, lives of Saints, four border saints and four Evangelists in corners.

ca. 1880s, Central Russia

10 1/2 in x 12 1/2 in (26.5 cm x 31.5 cm)

 

Egg tempera, tooling, and parcel gilding on wood

45-VT-2
$5,000

Russian Icon - Twelve Principal Feasts with the Scenes of the Resurrection, Kazan Mother of God and Selected Saints.

ca. 1900, Saint Petersburg

10 1/2 in x 12 1/2 in (26.5 cm x 31.5 cm)

 

oil on canvas stretted on a wooden panel

27-VT-7
$2,500

Russian Icon - Twelve Principal Feasts and the Scenes of the Resurrection and the Descent to Hell.

ca. 1900, Vladimir region school

10 1/2 in x 12 1/2 in (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm)

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

4-LV1-15
$2,900

 
Icons Depicting St. Nicholas of Myra

Russian Icon - St. Nicholas of Myra in brass oklad cover

ca. 1880, Central Russia

8 1/2 in x 10 1/2 in (24.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

2-DDCG-2
$495

Bulgarian Icon - St. Nicholas of Myra Enthroned, Protector of the Seafearing men

ca. 1880, Varna, Bulgaria

9 3/4 in x 14 in (24.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

1-DDCP-45
$1,800

Russian Icon - St. Nicholas of Myra with Sts. martyrs Anisya and Vassa border saints

ca. 1880s, Central Russia

12 in x 14 in (30.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

7-VT-9
$2,700

 
Icons Depicting Saints and Angels

Russian Icon - St. Prophet Elijah with scenes of life and fiery ascent into Heavens.

Ca. mid 19th century, provincial school

Size: 11 3/4 x 14 in (30 x 35.5 cm).

 

 

 

18-LGi-14
$2,900

 

 

Russian Icon - St. Prophet Elijah with scenes of life and fiery ascent into Heavens.

ca. late XIX century, Yaroslavl school

15 1/2 in x 17 1/2 in (39.5 cm x 44.5 cm)

St. Elijah was a prophet in the northern kingdom of Israel during the reign of Ahab (9th century BC). According to the Books of Kings, Elijah defended the worship of Yahweh over that of the Phoenician god Baal, he raised the dead, brought fire down from the sky, and was taken up in a whirlwind. In the Book of Malachi, Elijah's return is prophesied "before the coming of the great and terrible day of the Lord," making him a harbinger of the Messiah. This common depiction of the prophet Elijah riding a flaming chariot across the sky resulted in syncretistic folklore among the Slavs incorporating pre-Christian motifs in the beliefs and rites regarding him in Slavic culture.

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

2-VT-25
$4,750

Russian Icon - St. Prophet Elijah with scenes of life and fiery ascent into Heavens.

ca. 1870s century, Kholui school

15 1/2 in x 17 1/2 in (39.5 cm x 44.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera on wood

458-Mi1-6
$1,950

Russian Icon - The Evangeslist St. John the Theologian

Icon was painted circa 1810.

Egg tempera on wood, silver and silver-gilt. Hallmarked St. Petersburg. M. S. Lopov, silversmith.

Size: 7 ¼ x 5 in (18.5 x 13 cm).

 

 

102-60-FPi-28
$4,500

Russian Icon - Saint Simeon the God-receiver

Ca. 1850s, Central Russia

Simeon the God-receiver was the "just and devout" man of Jerusalem who, according to Luke 2:25–35, met Mary, Joseph, and Jesus as they entered the Temple to fulfill the requirements of the Law of Moses on the 40th day from Jesus' birth at the presentation of Jesus at the Temple. His feast day is February 16. He is prayed to about health matters of young children.

Size: 9 3/4 x 12 1/4 in (24.5 x 31 cm)

02-IAi1-14
$3,500

Russian Icon - St. Mitrofan the Archbishop of Voronezh

Icon was painted circa 1840, Southern Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 11 x 19 in (28 x 48 cm).

 

87-21-FPi-15
$3,200

Russian Icon - St. Alexios the Man of God with scenes of his life

circa 1850, Central Russia, Guslitsy Old Believer's workshop

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 9 1/2 x 12 in (24 x 30.5 cm).

Alexios the Holy Man was a fourth-century monastic who is known for his dedication to Christ in anonymity. He was born in Rome to a wealthy family, but lived in Edessa, as a beggar, and shared the alms he received with other poor people. A miraculous vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary singled him out as a "Man of God." His feast day is commemorated by the Church on March 17.

7-DDSE-6
$1,400

 

Russian Icon - St. Mary of Egypt

circa 1890, Central Russia, possibly Suzdal

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 9 1/2 x 12 in (24 x 30.5 cm).

Saint Mary of Egypt (ca. 344 – ca. 421) lived an extremely dissolute life but was struck with remorse, and upon seeing an icon of the Theotokos in Jerusalem, gave up the world to became an ascetic. She is revered as the patron saint of penitents, most particularly in the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Eastern Catholic churches, as well as in the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches. Patronage: Chastity (warfare against the flesh; deliverance from carnal passions); deliverance from Demons; Fever; Skin diseases; Temptations of the flesh. Her feast day is commemorated by the Church on April 1.

7-DDCG-3
$1,200

 

Russian Icon - St. Sophia the Martyr and Her Three Daughters Faith, Hope, and Love

circa 1820s, Central Russia

Egg tempera on wood.

Size: 10 x 12 1/2 in (24.5 x 31.5 cm).

St. Sophia the Martyr (died 137 AD) had her daughters killed during the reign of Hadrian (117–138). The imperial guards took Sophia's daughters one by one, from the oldest to the youngest and beat and tortured them to death in an attempt to force their mother to renounce her faith in Christ. Afterwards, Sophia buried her daughters' bodies and remained by their graves for three days until she died herself. Her feast day is commemorated by the Church on September 17.

548-AI1-8
$2,200

Russian Icon - Saint Paraskeva with four border saints - the Guardian Angel, Sts. Antipas of Pergamum, Stephen, and Anastasia the Pharmakolytria

Saint Paraskevi of Iconium (also known as Paraskeva Pyatnitsa) is venerated as a Christian virgin martyr. Her parents were Christian, and Paraskevi was named as such (the name means “Friday” in Greek) because she was baptized on a Friday and because Friday was the day of Christ's Passion. She became a preacher, and according to tradition, converted Emperor Antoninus Pius to Christianity, but, subsequently martyred and was beheaded at Iconium during the persecutions of Diocletian. She is a patron saint of farming and farm animals and people pray to her to rid of the most severe illness. Her feast is celebrated on October 25.

Ca. mid 18th century, Central Russi, Old Believer's workshop

Size: 9 3/4 x 12 1/4 in (24.5 x 31 cm).

3-LGi-11
$2,500

Russian Icon - The Holy Martyr St. George Slaying the Dragon

Mid 19th century, Provincial Russia

10 1/2 in x 12 in (24 cm x 35 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and parcel gilding on wood

10-DDSE-4
$1,250

Russian Icon - The Holy Martyr St. George Slaying the Dragon

Mid 19th century, Central Russia

12 in x 13 3/4 in (30.5 cm x 35 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and parcel gilding on wood

547-AIcV-525
$2,250

Russian Icon - St. George the Victorybearer

ca. 1850s, Moscow

8 1/2 in x 10 in (21.5 cm x 25.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera with parcel gilt on wood

481-Mi1-16

Russian Icon - The Holy Martyr St. George Slaying the Dragon

Mid 19th century, Northern Russia

9 1/2 in x 13 3/4 in (24 cm x 35 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and parcel gilding on wood

460-Mi1-75
$1,750

Russian Icon - The Holy Martyrs Princes Boris and Gleb

Ca. 1900, Suzdal

6 3/4 in x 8 1/2 in (17 cm x 21.5 cm)

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

Holy Martyr Princes Boris and Gleb were younger children of Vladimir the Great of Russia. They were murdered during the internecine wars of 1015–1019 and became the first saints canonized in Kievan Rus' after the Christianization of the country. Their feast day is observed on August 6.

12-DDSE-4
$1,900

Russian Icon - Saint Martyrs Samon, Gury, and Aviv

Holy Patrons of the matrimony, Feast is celebrated on November 15.

Ca. 1800, Moscow

Size: 10 1/4 x 12 in (26 x 30.5 cm).

 

 

6-LGi-25
$4,500

 

Russian Icon - The Seven Sleepers of Ephesus

ca. 1860s, Central Russia

9 3/4 in x 12 in (25 cm x 30.5 cm)

The Seven Sleepers of Ephesus (Семь спящих отроков) was a group of Christian youths who hid inside a cave outside the city of Ephesus around 250 AD, to escape a persecution of Christians being conducted during the reign of the Roman emperor Decius. Having fallen asleep inside the cave, they purportedly awoke approximately 180 years later during the reign of Theodosius II, following which they were reportedly seen by the people of the now-Christian city before dying. Icons depicting Seven Sleepers were popular as insomnia sleeping aids.

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

527-Mi1-5
$1,350

Russian Icon - The Seven Sleepers of Ephesus in brass oklad cover

ca. 1880s, Provincial Russia

8 1/2 in x 10 1/2 in (21.5 cm x 26.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera on wood, brass cover

550-Mi1-2
$750

Russian Icon - Family Saints: Prophet Nahum, the Guardian Angel and Prophet Jonah

Northern Russia, ca. 1800s

12 in x 14 in (30.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

 

 

031-MI1-15
$2,700

Russian Icon - Selected Saints with Mother of God of the Sign: St. Makarius of Unzha, St. Michael the Archangel, St. Nicholas of Myra, and St. King David.

Ca. 1880s, Volga region of Russia

6 3/4 in x 8 1/2 in (17 cm x 21.5 cm)

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

 

549-AI1-8
$1,900

Russian Icon - Selected Saints: Stephan, Alexei, Paul the Apostle, Anne, Matrona and Maria of Egypt.

Ca. 1900, Provincial school

Size: 12 x 14 in (30.5 x 35.5 cm).

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

 

56-LGi-8
$1,900

Russian Icon - Six Selected Saints and Three Border Saints and three border Saints (Sts. Blaise, John, Basil the Great, Romanos the Hymnographer, Gregory of Nazianzus, John Chrysostom. On borders: Guardian Angel, Anna and Andrew of Crete)

ca. 1870s, Moscow

10 1/4 in x 12 1/4 in (25 cm x 30 cm)

 

Egg tempera with parcel gilding on wood

03-DDAZ2-4
$1,850

Russian Icon - Family Saints: Sts. Vanathas, Dimetri and Paraskeva

late 19th century, ca. 1900. Suzdal school

8 1/2 in x 10 1/2 in (21.5 cm x 26.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

06-SFC-4
$1,200

Russian Icon - Synaxaria: Calendar for the Month of October

ca. mid-19th century, Moscow School

10 1/2 in x 12 in (26.5 cm x 30.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

29-VT-9
$2,900

Multi-Part Icons

Russian Four-Part Icon - Madonna of the Burning Bush, St. Serafim of Sarov, St. Unmercenary Healer Pantaleon, and St. Martyr Paraskeva

Ca. 1900, Provincial Russia

12 in x 14 in (30.5 cm x 35.5 cm)

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

 

3-DDNY69-3
$1,200

Russian Three-Part Icon - St. Sophia God's Wisdom, St. John the Theologian in Silence, family saints and four border saints

ca. first half of the 19th century, Central Russia School

10 1/2 in x 12 in (26.5 cm x 30.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

3-VT-1
$2,300

Russian Three-Part Icon - Feodorovskaya Mother of God, St. Nicholas of Myra, and six border saints and the Guardian Angel

ca. 1860's, Moscow School

10 1/2 in x 12 1/2 in (26.5 cm x 31.5 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and gilding on wood

13-VT-7
$1,900

Icons Depicting God the Father, Trinity, and Old Testament Scenes

Russian Icon - Old Testament Trinity

Also known as "Hospitality of Abraham" (Genesis 18:1-15), the icon depicts appearance of the three angels to Abraham at the Oak of Mamre.

Ca. 1900, Provincial school

Size: 7 x 8 3/4 in (17.75 x 23.5 cm).

 

40-LGi-8
$1,700

Russian Icon - The Old Testament Trinity with Guardian Angel and St. Elijah border Saints.

ca. 1800, Central Russia school

15 1/2 in x 17 in (39.5 cm x 43 cm)

 

Egg tempera on wood

02-DDLV3-195
$4,750

Russian Icon - New Testament Trinity

Ca. 1870s, St. Petersburg

Size: 10 x 12 1/4 in (25.5 x 31 cm).

 

 

 

13-LGi-13
$2,900

Russian Icon - New Testament Trinity

Icon was painted circa 1840, Yaroslavl Region, Russia.

Egg tempera and gold leaf on wood.

Size: 12 ½ x 10 ½ in (32 x 26.5 cm).

 

27-5-FPi-25
$4,500

Russian Icon - The New Testament Trinity

ca. 1770s, Ukraine School

13 1/2 in x 17 in (34.5 cm x 43 cm)

 

 

Egg tempera and carving on wood

22-7-FP1-175
$4,500

 

 

   

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