The

Temple Gallery

Established 1959

Exhibitions Archive

Icons Autumn 2020

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Old Testament Trinity - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ14. Old Testament Trinity, Hospitality of Abraham, Troitsa
Russian, Pskov School
16th century
Panel: 30 x 24cm; thickness 2.4cm (the dimensions indicate that it was made for private devotion)Click here to convert metric size to imperial

Christ the True Vine - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ15. Christ the True Vine
Circle of Angelos Akotantos
Second quarter of the 15th century
Panel: 24 x 64 cm x 1.6 cm thicknessClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Virgin Umilenie - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ16. Virgin Umilenie
Russian
19th century
Panel: 31.1 x 27 cm; 2.5cm thicknessClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Virgin of Vladimir - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ17. Virgin of Vladimir
Russian
19th century
Panel: 30.8 x 26.2 cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Saint Nicholas the Thaumaturge - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ19. Saint Nicholas the Thaumaturge Holy Bishop of Myra
Central or Northern Greece
Circa 1600 and 20th century
Panel: 69.5 x 44.2 cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Triptych with Deesis and Saints - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ23. Triptych with Deesis and Saints
Mount Athos
Late 16th or early 17th century
Panel (extended): 24.8 x 37.5 cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Saint Mark the Evangelist - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ25. Saint Mark the Evangelist
Russian
16th century
Panel: 52.3 x 41 cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

St John the Baptist - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ27. Saint John the Baptist
Russian
Circa 1800
Panel: 30 x 26.5cm; 2.7cm thicknessClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Annunciation - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ28. Annunciation
Greek
19th century, with silver (white metal) revetment
Panel: 14.6 x 11.9 cm; thickness 1.6cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

Prophet Elijah - exhibited at the Temple Gallery, specialists in Russian icons

AZ29. The Holy Prophet Elijah
Russia, Upper Volga Region
Early 17th century
Dimensions: 48 x 38.6cm; thickness 3.5cmClick here to convert metric size to imperial

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