Icon: St Nicholas with a Deesis and Selected Saints

Icon: St Nicholas with a Deesis and Selected Saints
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Painting, Tempera on panel and gilding, 62.5x50 cm
Origin: Russia, First half of the 16th century
Personage: St Nicholas
Source of entry: State Hermitage Expedition, Arkhangelsk Region, 1965
School: North Russian Schools
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

See also

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Russian applied and decorative art. Vladimir - Suzdal Museum - Reserve
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