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Russian Icon Painting Collection

Russian icon painting is a sacred art form that has captivated audiences for centuries

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Feodorovskaya Mother of God with the Wonders, Mid of the 19th cen Artist: Russian icon

The Feodorovskaya Mother of God with the Wonders, Mid of the 19th cen Artist: Russian icon
The Feodorovskaya Mother of God with the Wonders, Mid of the 19th cen.. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Artist: Russian icon

The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Artist: Russian icon
The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum of History and Architecture Novgorodian Kremlin, Novgorod

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Apparition of the Holy Trinity to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 19th century. Artist: Russian icon

The Apparition of the Holy Trinity to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 19th century. Artist: Russian icon
The Apparition of the Holy Trinity to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 19th century. Private Collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint John the Forerunner with Saint John Climacus and Saint Theodore Stratelates, after 1571

Saint John the Forerunner with Saint John Climacus and Saint Theodore Stratelates, after 1571. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum of History, Architecture and Art, Pskov

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saints Cyril and Methodius. Artist: Bogatenko (Bogatenkov), Yakov Alexeevich (1875-1941)

Saints Cyril and Methodius. Artist: Bogatenko (Bogatenkov), Yakov Alexeevich (1875-1941)
Saints Cyril and Methodius. Private Collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Dimitry of Rostov, Second Half of the 18th cen Artist: Russian icon

Saint Dimitry of Rostov, Second Half of the 18th cen Artist: Russian icon
Saint Dimitry of Rostov, Second Half of the 18th cen.. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Our Lady of the Great Panagia (Orante), Early 13th cen Artist: Russian icon

Our Lady of the Great Panagia (Orante), Early 13th cen Artist: Russian icon
Our Lady of the Great Panagia (Orante), Early 13th cen.. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Jonah, Metropolitan of Moscow

Saint Jonah, Metropolitan of Moscow. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum of the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, Sergyev Possad

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Mary, the Mother of Jesus, Mid of the 19th cen Artist: Russian icon

Mary, the Mother of Jesus, Mid of the 19th cen Artist: Russian icon
Mary, the Mother of Jesus, Mid of the 19th cen.. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Metropolitan Theognostus of Kiev, Early 20th cen Artist: Russian icon

Metropolitan Theognostus of Kiev, Early 20th cen Artist: Russian icon
Metropolitan Theognostus of Kiev, Early 20th cen.. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Nino, Saint Dimitry of Rostov, Holy Martyr Lyubov, and Saint Mary of Egypt, 1904

Saint Nino, Saint Dimitry of Rostov, Holy Martyr Lyubov, and Saint Mary of Egypt, 1904. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Christopher as Cynocephaly

Saint Christopher as Cynocephaly. Found in the Collection of Museum of History and Art, Suzdal

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Virgin of Tikhvin with Border Scenes, c1500

The Virgin of Tikhvin with Border Scenes, c1500. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum of History and Architecture Novgorodian Kremlin, Novgorod

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg. Artist: Russian icon

Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg. Artist: Russian icon
Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg. Private Collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Descent into Hell. Artist: Russian icon

The Descent into Hell. Artist: Russian icon
The Descent into Hell. Found in the collection of State Open-air Museum Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Mid of 17th cen Artist: Russian icon

The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Mid of 17th cen Artist: Russian icon
The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Mid of 17th cen.. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Virgin, Called Plentiful Sky, 1897. Artist: Mokin, Alexander (active End of 19th cen. )

Virgin, Called Plentiful Sky, 1897. Artist: Mokin, Alexander (active End of 19th cen. )
Virgin, Called Plentiful Sky, 1897. From a private collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The prophets Jacob, Zechariah, Malachi and Joel, c. 1502-1503. Artist: Russian icon

The prophets Jacob, Zechariah, Malachi and Joel, c. 1502-1503. Artist: Russian icon
The prophets Jacob, Zechariah, Malachi and Joel, c. 1502-1503. Found in the collection of the Nativity of Virgin Cathedral in the Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, Kirillov

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Archangel Gabriel (The Angel with Golden Hair), ca 1200. Artist: Russian icon

The Archangel Gabriel (The Angel with Golden Hair), ca 1200. Artist: Russian icon
The Archangel Gabriel (The Angel with Golden Hair), ca 1200. Found in the collection of the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Our Lady of the Sign, 16th century. Artist: Russian icon

Our Lady of the Sign, 16th century. Artist: Russian icon
Our Lady of the Sign, 16th century. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Artist: Russian icon

The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Artist: Russian icon
The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Artemius of Verkola, 1774. Creator: Russian icon

Saint Artemius of Verkola, 1774. Creator: Russian icon
Saint Artemius of Verkola, 1774. Found in the Collection of the Petit Palais, Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Michael Vanquishing the Likhoradkas, with Saint Sisinius

Saint Michael Vanquishing the Likhoradkas, with Saint Sisinius, Second Half of the 17th cen. Found in the Collection of the Petit Palais, Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Alexander Svirsky, 17th century. Creator: Russian icon

Saint Alexander Svirsky, 17th century. Creator: Russian icon
Saint Alexander Svirsky, 17th century. Found in the Collection of Suomen ortodoksinen kirkkomuseo

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Menologium for August, Second Half of the 18th cen Creator: Russian icon

The Menologium for August, Second Half of the 18th cen Creator: Russian icon
The Menologium for August, Second Half of the 18th cen.. Found in the Collection of Petit Palais, Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint George with Scenes from His Life, 16th century. Creator: Russian icon

Saint George with Scenes from His Life, 16th century. Creator: Russian icon
Saint George with Scenes from His Life, 16th century. Found in the Collection of Petit Palais, Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Revelation of Virgin Mary to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 1600s. Creator: Russian icon

The Revelation of Virgin Mary to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 1600s. Creator: Russian icon
The Revelation of Virgin Mary to Saint Alexander Svirsky, 1600s. Found in the Collection of Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo, Helsinki

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Christ the Never-Sleeping Eye, 16th century. Artist: Russian icon

Christ the Never-Sleeping Eye, 16th century. Artist: Russian icon
Christ the Never-Sleeping Eye, 16th century. Found in the collection of the State United Museum Centre in the Kremlin, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Descent into Hell, Second Half of 14th century

The Descent into Hell, Second Half of 14th century. Found in the Collection of State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: John the Baptist, Angel of the Wilderness, 1560s

John the Baptist, Angel of the Wilderness, 1560s. Found in the Collection of State A. Rublyov Museum of Ancient Russian Art, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Icon of the Virgin Hodegetria, 1520s

Icon of the Virgin Hodegetria, 1520s. Found in the Collection of State A. Rublyov Museum of Ancient Russian Art, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Virgin of Tikhvin, 16th century

The Virgin of Tikhvin, 16th century. Found in the Collection of State A. Rublyov Museum of Ancient Russian Art, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Last Judgment, End of the 14th-Early 15th century

The Last Judgment, End of the 14th-Early 15th century. Found in the Collection of Cathedral of the Dormition in the Kremlin, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint George and the Dragon, First Half of 17th century

Saint George and the Dragon, First Half of 17th century. Found in the Collection of State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Alexius von Edessa, Second Half of the 17th century

Saint Alexius von Edessa, Second Half of the 17th century. Found in the Collection of State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Resurrection of Lazarus, 1560s

The Resurrection of Lazarus, 1560s. Found in the Collection of State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Deposition of the Robe of the Mother of God, First Half of 17th century

The Deposition of the Robe of the Mother of God, First Half of 17th century. Found in the Collection of Church of the Deposition of the Robe in the Kremlin, Moscow

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Hospitality of Abraham (The Old Testament Trinity), 1671

The Hospitality of Abraham (The Old Testament Trinity), 1671. Found in the Collection of State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Macarius of Unzha with Scenes from his Life, Mid of the 19th cen

Saint Macarius of Unzha with Scenes from his Life, Mid of the 19th cen. Private Collection

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Demetrius of Thessaloniki, 15th century

Saint Demetrius of Thessaloniki, 15th century. Found in the Collection of Ikonen Museum Recklinghausen

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Alexander Nevsky, Second Half of the 18th cen

Saint Alexander Nevsky, Second Half of the 18th cen. Found in the Collection of Ikonen Museum Recklinghausen

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint George and the Dragon, Early16th cen

Saint George and the Dragon, Early16th cen. Found in the Collection of Ikonen Museum Recklinghausen

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Metropolitan Peter of Moscow, 17th century

Saint Metropolitan Peter of Moscow, 17th century. Found in the Collection of State Museum of Religious History, St Petersburg

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Abraham of Rostov with scenes from his life, Mid of 17th cen

Saint Abraham of Rostov with scenes from his life, Mid of 17th cen. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum Rostov Kremlin, Rostov

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: John the Apostle appearing to Saint Abraham of Rostov, Early 18th cen

John the Apostle appearing to Saint Abraham of Rostov, Early 18th cen. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum Rostov Kremlin, Rostov

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: Saint Dimitry, Metropolitan of Rostov, Second Half of the 18th cen

Saint Dimitry, Metropolitan of Rostov, Second Half of the 18th cen. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum Rostov Kremlin, Rostov

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Saint Apostle Andrew and Saint Grand Prince Andrey Bogolyubsky, 1650-1660

The Saint Apostle Andrew and Saint Grand Prince Andrey Bogolyubsky, 1650-1660. Found in the Collection of Museum of History and Art, Suzdal

Background imageRussian Icon Painting Collection: The Feodorovskaya Mother of God, 1719

The Feodorovskaya Mother of God, 1719. Found in the Collection of State History Museum, Moscow



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Russian icon painting is a sacred art form that has captivated audiences for centuries. With its rich history and intricate details, these icons serve as windows into the spiritual world. One such masterpiece is "The Holy Trinity, " created by an unknown Russian icon artist in the 15th century. This iconic piece depicts the divine unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in a mesmerizing display of colors and symbolism. In the Second Half of the 18th century, another remarkable work emerged from the hands of a Russian icon artist - "Saint Dimitry of Rostov. " This portrayal captures the essence of this revered saint with meticulous brushstrokes and attention to detail. "Saint Jonah, Metropolitan of Moscow" is yet another awe-inspiring creation that showcases the skillful craftsmanship prevalent in Russian icon painting. The artist's ability to convey spirituality through facial expressions and delicate lines makes this piece truly exceptional. A striking composition titled "Saint John the Forerunner with Saint John Climacus and Saint Theodore Stratelates" takes us back to after 1571 when it was painted. The harmonious blend of colors brings these saints to life while reminding viewers of their significant contributions to Christianity. "Saints Cyril and Methodius, " crafted by Yakov Alexeevich Bogatenko (1875-1941), pays homage to two prominent figures who played vital roles in spreading Christianity among Slavic peoples. The artist's attention to historical accuracy shines through every stroke on this captivating canvas. Moving forward into more recent times, we encounter "Metropolitan Theognostus of Kiev, " an early 20th-century masterpiece that showcases both artistic brilliance and religious devotion. This stunning depiction invites contemplation on faith while celebrating one man's dedication to his calling. "Our Lady of the Great Panagia (Orante), " an early 13th-century creation attributed to a Russian icon artist, exudes gracefulness and serenity.