Russian Icon • The Raising of Lazarus • around 1900 • 30 x 25.5 cm • Ikonen Mautner
Jesus, accompanied by his apostles, calls Lazarus back to life. At his feet are St. Martha and St. Mary, the sisters of Lazarus. Lazarus comes out of the grave wrapped in cloth. In the Gospel of John, the raising of Lazarus by Jesus is understood as a sign of his own resurrection and at the same time as the main reason for his crucifixion (Jn 11: 45-53)
Annunciation of the Mother of God • around 1900 • 30,5 x 27 cm • Ikonen Mautner
As one of the 12 Great Festivities, the Annunciation of the Mother of God is one of the most important icon depiction. The Archangel Gabriel bears the good news of God's Incarnation to the Blessed Mother. Above: blessing God Sabaoth. On the sides: a holy guardian angel and the Saint Great Martyr Pantaleon - patron saint of doctors and pharmacists. Nice, meticulous painting. www.ikonen-mautner.com
Russian Icon • Baptism of the Christ • around 1700 • 81 x 71 cm • Ikonen Mautner • Vienna, Austria
Today is the festivity: Theophany - Baptism of Christ When the thirtieth year of Jesus' life in the world had dawned and the time had come when He should show himself to people, when, as the Gospel says, “the word of God to John, son of Zacharias” was pronounced in the wilderness. The Lord told him to baptise the people in the Jordan and gave him a sign by which he should know Christ, who had come into the world A monumental and very beautiful old icon. Unrestored. www.ikonen-mautner.com
Russian Icon • Saint Nicholas • 19th century • 12,5 x 10,5 cm • Ikonen Mautner
A small, magnificent icon with beautiful gold assist on the robes. Saint Nicholas, dressed in the liturgical episcopal robes, holds the open Gospel book with his pericope in blessing: LUKE VI 17-23. The saint is flanked by Christ and the Mother of God. On the edge: a holy guardian angel and the holy martyr Vera. Poliment gilded background. Very fine miniature painting, especially the garment underlaid with gold which was partially engraved. A work from a traditional workshop.
Russian Icon • Saint Nicholas • 19th century • 30,9 x 26,2 cm • Ikonen Mautner
Today is the festivity: Saint Nicholas of Myra, the Miracle Worker. New addition to our collection. Nikolaus von Myra is one of the most famous saints. Among other things, he is the patron saint of children, lawyers, pharmacists, butchers and bakers, lawyers, tailors, schoolchildren and students, travellers, lovers and birth givers, the elderly, and also thieves, prison guards, prostitutes and prisoners. Beautiful, finely painted icon with a gilded background and ornamental hallmarks.
Russian Icon • Entry of the Mother of God into the Temple • around 1700 • Ikonen Mautner
Today is the festival: Entry of the Most Holy Mother of God into the temple. Monumental and very old icon of the entrance of the Most Holy Mother into the temple. One of the 12 great feasts. When the all pure virgin turned three years old, her righteous parents Joachim and Anna decided to keep the promise they made to God and bring their daughter to the temple for His service. 81 x 71 cm
Russian Icon • Saint Michael, as the Horsemen of the Apocalypse • around 1800 • Ikonen Mautner
Today is the feast of Saint Michael. The Archangel Saint Michael holds the Gospel in his left hand and with a spear he plunges the devil into the sulfur sea, in his left hand he holds the Thurible, he blows the trumpet and a rainbow stands over him. Above Christ Emanuel. 49.5 x 37 cm painted around 1800 www.ikonen-mautner.com Special price for this Icon until the 30th of November 2020. Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Russian Icon • Protection and Intercession of the Mother of God (Pokrov) • 18th century
Today is the feast of the “Protection and Intercession of the Mother of God (Pokrov)” according to the Gregorian calendar. The appearance of the Mother of God with saints in the Blachernae Church of Constantinople is shown. Fire-gilded Silver-Riza, hallmarked Moscow 1779. Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Russian Icon • Dormition of the Mother of God • 19th century • Ikonen Mautner • Vienna, Austria
The Mother of God on her deathbed, surrounded by the apostles. Her son, the risen Son of God, takes his mother's soul to paradise. Icon of the Kiev Pechersk Lavra whose uniqueness is the small door before the deathbed. Poliment-gilded background with hallmarks and engraved ornaments. Feast day: 28. Aug (Julian calendar), 15. Aug (Gregorian calendar). www.ikonen-mautner.com
Russian Icon • Five Saints • 19th century • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
From left to right: Saint Apostle Paul, Saint Martyr Philip, Saint Great Martyr George - the Victorious, Saint Martyr Kirill the Deacon and Saint Great Martyr Demetrius of Saloniki. On the sides: Saint Great Martyr Nikita and the Saint Prophet Elias. Above: the mandylion. www.ikonen-mautner.com
Birth of Saint John the Baptist • 18th century • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna
The prophet and martyr John the Forerunner and Baptist was born about 5 BC. in Israel. According to the Gospel of Luke (1, 5 -25), John was the son of Elisabeth and Zacharias. John announced the approach of the Messiah, the divine chosen, and called for repentance, as the sign of which he performed baptisms in the Jordan river. Jesus was also baptised by him. The icon depicts Saint Elizabeth lying on the childbed and behind her Saint Zacharias. The newborn child is held by a woman.
Russian Icon • Prophet Elijah • 19th c. • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Bronze icon. The Prophet Elijah is fed by a raven in the desert. An angel appears to him in a dream. The prophet Elijah crosses the river Jordan with his successor, the prophet Elisha, where the ascension takes place in the fiery chariot. Elijah hands his coat over to Elisha. Elijah therefore did not die, but was taken up to heaven by God. Around: floral motifs. Tricolor enamel.
Russian Icon • Saint Feodosiy of Chernigov • 19th c • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna
Saint Feodosiy of Chernigov (Chernihiv) was archbishop and was born on February 5, 1696. He is depicted in the episcopal-liturgical robes, with the bishop's staff and a blessing cross. also the episcopal miter. Canonization on September 9, 1896. Poliment-gilt background, engraved and with hallmark decoration.
Russian Icon • Mother of God of Vladimir • 19th c • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Austria
Very beautiful and finely painted Icon in a very elaborately designed Oklad/Riza. Metall-Riza (sheet metal), gilded, driven with a halo on it. The clothes consist of very fine river pearl embroidery. The star of the Mother of God consists of a set gemstone. The icon is placed in a poliment-gilt inner frame with a wooden Kiwot and a cut glass.
Russian Icon • Saint Nicholas • around 1800 • Palekh • 31 x 27 cm • Ikonen Mautner
Saint Nicholas of Myra, the miracle worker. Miraculous icon from the city of Mozhaysk “Saint Nicholas of Mozhaysk” (Никола Можайский). Standing Nicholas, depicted as a bishop in episcopal-liturgical robes. He holds a sword and a small church in his hands. It is flanked by Christ and the Mother of God. On the bike: Saint Venerable Hilarion and Saint Martyr Uar. Poliment-gilt halo. Painting school of Palekh.
Russian Icon • Saint Pantaleon • 19th c. • Ikonen Mautner • Herrengasse 2-4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
The Grand Martyr Saint Pantaleon (Panteleimon) is depicted as a doctor with a medicine box and an ointment spatula. He is one of the fourteen holy helpers and is the patron saint of doctors, pharmacists and midwives. Pantaleon, like Cosmas and Damian, belongs to a group of saints called "Holy Unmercenaries" because they did not allow their (poor) patients to pay for their medical services. Above: the Mandylion: the image of the Saviour Made Without Hands from the city of Edessa.