This icon is sometimes called the Old Testament Trinity. It depicts the appearance to Abraham of three angels, understood by the Church as a representation of the Holy Trinity. Since the Trinity Itself cannot be directly depicted, the Church confesses and venerates this most exalted doctrine by the depiction of Abraham's vision. The early Fathers understood one of the Angels to be Christ Himself, and thus the second Angel is shown wearing the garments of Christ.
This triptych features a central panel of the Mother of God "Queen of All," (also referred to as the "Healer of Cancer" due to the many healings worked through this...
A variation of the Pantocrator ("Lord over All") image of Christ the Savior. 7.25" x 9"
The Kazan icon was discovered on July 8, 1579, in the city of Kazan, after the Theotokos herself revealed its location. The icon was credited with helping Russia to repel...
A variation of the well-known "Lord over All" image of Christ (Greek: Pantocrator). Christ is depicted here as "The Teacher," holding open a passage from the Gospel which reads, "A new...