Icons

An icon is a sacred image which has its origins in its foretype, a Holy Face representing the centre and the essence of the Christian art. It serves as a way to know God, a way to communicate with Him, and it remains an integral part of life of any committed Christian.

Icon painting is an evidence of God’s incarnation confirming the fact that God became a human being in order to show His Love to human beings and help their souls to enter the Kingdom of God. Icon painting is also a kind of divine worship for us.

Our family icon painting workshop also contributes to sacred icons painting.
An icon is a sacred image which has its origins in its foretype, a Holy Face representing the centre and the essence of the Christian art. It serves as a way to know God, a way to communicate with Him, and it remains an integral part of life of any committed Christian.

Icon painting is an evidence of God's incarnation confirming the fact that God became a human being in order to show His Love to human beings and help their souls to enter the Kingdom of God. Icon painting is also a kind of divine worship for us.

Our family icon painting workshop also contributes to sacred icons painting.

Icons in churches and private collections

Our Lady of Vladimir icon
The icon of Christ the Saviour (a fragment)
The icon of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker
The icon of caressing of the God Mother (Joachin and Anna with the young Blessed Virgin Mary)
The icon of St. Philaret Metropolitian of Moscow
St. Onuphrius the Great Icon
The icon of St. Kosma Rybushkinskiy
The icon of St. Basil the Blessed
The icon of The Prophet Elijah
St. Spyridon (the half-length painted icon)
The hagiographical icon of Joseph the Hymnographer
The icon of Peter Bankerovich, Bishop of our Australian and New Zealand Diocese
The icon of St. Agatha
The deacon's doors: the First Martyr St. Stephen
The icon of St. Mary of Egypt
The icon of St. Elijah of Makiivka
The icon "St. John, the Baptist – the Angel of the desert"
The icon of St. Spyridon of Trimythous
The icon of Mother of God "Inexhaustible Chalice"
The icon of the Saviour
The icon of St. Natalia
The incarnation of God icon
The icon of Mother of God "The Unexpected Joy"
The icon of St. Seraphim of Sarov
The icon of St. Herman of Tobolsk
The icon of St. Elizabeth, the New Martyr
The icon of Epiphanius, bishop of Cyprus

Church of St. Athanasius and Cyril of Alexandria
(Moscow)

Iconostasis
Iconostasis
Iconostasis
Local icons of the iconostasis of the southern side chapel – the Saviour and the God's Mother
The rood – the memorial cross
The icon "Christ in Majesty" – a deesis icon of the central iconostasis
The deacon's doors in the central iconostasis – the Prophets Moses and Aaron
The icon of Great Martyr Barbara
The icon of Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The resurrection of Jesus
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The Elevation of the Precious and Life-Creating Cross of the Lord
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The Baptism of our Lord
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The Nativity of Christ
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The Lord's supper
The Feasts tier of the central iconostasis. The meeting of our Lord
The Feasts tier of the northern side chapel. The entry of our Lord into Jerusalem
The Feasts tier of the northern side chapel. The raising of Lazarus
The Feasts tier of the northern side chapel. The Eucharist – the tabernacle above the Holy Doors of the northern side chapel
To order a painted icon or if you need consultation please contacts us by email: olchen2011@yandex.ru
To order a painted icon or if you need consultation please contacts us by email: olchen2011@yandex.ru
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