This icon is a high quality reproduction of the St. Panteleimon icon that adorns the monastery chapel’s iconostasis, featuring the full cycle of images that depict the saint’s life. The original icon was painted in Russia by iconographer Natalia Popel.
A version is also available of the central image of St. Panteleimon alone, without the life scenes. View it here »
Made exclusively for the Hermitage by Damascene Gallery.
Read the life of St. Panteleimon here »
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