Icons in the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. I visited this museum and took these digital images on 22 June 2006 as part of a Fulbright study grant project in Russia.

Entrance sign for the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.




The Archangel Gabriel icon dated to approximately AD 1350. From the Cathedral of the Transfiguration in Tver, Russia



The Archangel Michael icon dated to approximately AD 1450. From the Cathedral of the Transfiguration in Tver, Russia



Icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia

Detail of Boris from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Detail of the cape of Boris from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Detail of the Orthodox cross held in the hand of Boris from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Detail of the cape of Boris from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Detail of the Gleb from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Detail of the Othordox cross and sword of Gleb from the icon of Boris and Gleb dated to approximately AD 1450. From Moscow, Russia



Christ enthroned dated to approximately AD 1450. From iconostatis of the Cathedral of Transfiguration, Tver



St. John Chrysostomos painted approximateoly AD 1502 by Dionisii and his Studio. From the iconostasis of the Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God in Ferapontov Monastery, Russia



The burial of Christ dated to approximately AD 1550. From the church of the Mother of God of the Sign, St. Petersburg, Russia



The Archangel Gabriel, painted by Dionisii and his Studio, dated to approximately AD 1502. From the iconostasis of the Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God in the Ferapontov Monastery, Russia



The Miracle of Christ restoring Lazarius to life dated to approximately AD 1450. From the iconostasis of the Cathedral of the Transfiguration in Tver, Russia



Hodigitria, the Mother of God dated to approximately AD 1525. From Novgorod, Russia



The presentation of the Mother of God in the temple of Jerusalem, dated to approximately AD 1300. From the Church of the Dormition in the village of Krivoye in the Arkhangelsk region, Russia



St. Demetrios of Thessalonike dated approximately AD 1380 to 1600. From collection of N. Likhachev.



St. Symeon the Stylite painted approximately AD 1502. From the iconostasis of the Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God in the Ferapontov Monastery, Russia.



The miracle of St. Theodore Teron painted approximately AD 1500 to 1550. From Moscow, Russia.


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