Top: 1. Unknown Russian artists, Icon of the Mother of God of the Sign (Platytera) with beaded riza, c. 1800–1850, tempera on wood panel and glass beads, 9” x 8”; Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art. 2. Orthodox Icons Collection, Vladimir. 3. Unknown Greek artist, Icon of the Three Holy Hierarchs (St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the Theologian, and St. John Chrysostom), 1924, tempera, gold leaf, and gesso on board, 16⅜” x 12”; Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art. Bottom: 1. Smolensk Mother of God, c. 1750
Egg tempera on wood with metal basma (possibly tin), 11½” x 13½”. Museum of Russian Icons, Clinton, Mass. 2. ECCLES Quadripartite icon 1926.3.46
View the exhibition online: “The Mother of God and the Saints Orthodox Christian Icons at Maryhill Museum of Art”
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