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“Our Lady of the Sign” Holy Icon Painting, Tempera, Russia, Year 1800 + 4 Saints

“Our Lady of the Sign” Holy Icon Painting, Tempera, Russia, Year 1800 + 4 Saints


Egg tempera on wood, Russia

Circa. 1800

The Mother of God is shown frontal, with her hands raised in the orans position covered by the maphorion and the chiton clothes. Christ is shown within a round aureole upon her breast. Christ is blessing with his right hand and holding a scroll in his left hand.

This iconography is a derivation of Isaiah's prophecy: "The Lord himself will give you a sign, a Virgin will conceive a Son and his name will be Emmanuel"

The central figures are surrounded by the sides with 4 Saints, one of them; Saint Nicholas.

It has somewhat “hard to explain” divine aura with a golden glow which makes it very special. A rare collector item.


22x18 cm.

Great overall condition. Some paint missing at the bottom corners, beautiful craquelure and patina as expected


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Good physical description and well added meaning with the Eucharist part.

Added keywords: tabernacle doors, Painting. 

Added style: Neo-Gothic 

Added artistic tradition: “following the byzantine tradition. Which expanded throughout Europe in medieval times, as seen in icons everywhere, and is much present nowadays in all countries that processes the Christian Orthodox faith.” 

Added “pointed arch” altar door

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