METAL ICON WHITE ANGEL 42 x 36
Brand: Riznica nacionalnog blaga
Metal icon of the White Angel. All metal parts of this Slavic icon are gilded with 24 carat gold, which is the finest and purest gilding on the market, and silver plated with 999 fineness silver, which is also the finest and purest silver plating on the market. The icon is framed. Above it is glass that protects it from damage.
An icon that is primarily intended for lovers of Orthodoxy, so you can always add this icon to the wall next to the saint you celebrate. The icon of the White Angel can always be a universal gift for anyone who is a strong believer.
The icon is modeled on Byzantine icon painting. Byzantine icon paintings are the oldest and most detailed icon paintings in the history of Christianity, which means that this icon contains everything, even the smallest details, which were passed down from generation to generation by icon painters since ancient times.
- The icon of White Angel is in the frame
- Comes in quality, luxurious packaging
- Dimensions: 42x36
- It contains a certificate of the National Treasure Treasury
- 24 carat gilding of metal parts and silver plating with 999 fine silver
- The icons are not sanctified!
According to Christianity, the icon should be kept on the east wall of the house!
The white angel is part of the composition The Myrrh-Bearer at Christ's Grave from the Church of the Ascension of Christ in the Mileševo Monastery and is one of the most famous frescoes in Serbia, but it is also one of the great works of European painting. It is considered one of the most beautiful works of Serbian and European art of the Middle Ages.
The picture shows the Angel of the Lord himself, dressed in a white chiton, sitting on a stone and pointing to the place of Christ's resurrection, i.e. his empty tomb, to the myrrh bearers. It is made with free, broad strokes and is characterized by monumentality and high plasticity in modeling.
The fresco is located on the south wall of the western aisle and was created in the 13th century as the work of unknown Greek authors, educated in Constantinople, Nicaea and Thessaloniki. In the 16th century, another fresco was painted over it, so the White Angel was hidden until the 20th century, when this church was restored and the upper painting was removed.
The image was part of the second public transmission via the Telstar satellite, on 23 July 1962.
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