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Royal doors

Collection by Elina Pelikan

Elina Pelikan
Contemporary Iconographers of Russia – Orthodox Arts Journal Orthodox Catholic, Catholic Art, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Roman Church, Byzantine Icons, Icon Collection, Believe In God, Orthodox Icons

ΜΡ.ΘΥ__Παναγία "Ευαγγελισμός της Υπεραγίας Θεοτόκου___march 25

 The second half of the XVI century. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Royal Doors, Church Icon, Russian Icons, Guardian Angels, Illuminated Manuscript, Christianity, Mosaic

Царские врата. Вторая половина XVI века. Поволжье.

The Royal Doors for the church of St Helena in Saint Petersburg, The model is the classic Annunciation from Ohrid. It just works so well! They were the inspiration for my drawings Mission Icon, Royal Doors, Holy Quotes, Byzantine Icons, St Helena, Madonna And Child, Orthodox Icons, Religious Art, Alter

Work in Progress: the Iconostasis of St. Andrew the First Called Apostle Mission; icon of the Annunciation for the Royal Doors – Gallery

Each icon is a project on its own, and an iconostasis is no exception. While I aim at unity in the whole project, I thought it would be more interesting to have separate galleries for the individua…

Detailed view: Royal Doors with St John Chrysostom and St Basil- exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Royal Doors, John Chrysostom, Church Icon, St Basil's, Russian Icons

Royal Doors with the Virgin of the Passion, Saint John Chrysostom (left) and Saint Basil the Great (right), Cretan style, first half of the 16th century, Two panels: 54-3/4" x 29-1/2"; The Temple Gallery. Inscriptions in Greek on the scroll of Saint John: "O God, our God, who did send forth the heavenly bread..."; on the scroll of Saint Basil: "No one bound by world pleasures and desires is worthy...":