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Образ Спаса Нерукотворенного

Образ Спаса Нерукотворенного

Mandylion.  The theme originates with the legend of King Abgar of Edessa who, being ill and hearing of Christ's miraculous powers, sent his ambassadors to Jerusalem to obtain a cure. Jesus was too busy to come but, finding the image of his face on a towel with which he had wiped himself, sent the cloth to the king. Abgar was duly healed and the icon, not having been painted, acquired its strange title.

Mandylion. The theme originates with the legend of King Abgar of Edessa who, being ill and hearing of Christ's miraculous powers, sent his ambassadors to Jerusalem to obtain a cure. Jesus was too busy to come but, finding the image of his face on a towel with which he had wiped himself, sent the cloth to the king. Abgar was duly healed and the icon, not having been painted, acquired its strange title.

иконы 17 в. Московского кремля - Поиск в Google

иконы 17 в. Московского кремля - Поиск в Google

иконы 17 в. Московского кремля - Поиск в Google

иконы 17 в. Московского кремля - Поиск в Google

Nesterov created frescoes and mosaics for the Holy Protection Cathedral at the Martha and Mary Convent in Moscow

Nesterov created frescoes and mosaics for the Holy Protection Cathedral at the Martha and Mary Convent in Moscow

'Спас Нерукотворный'. Роспись над входом в северную галерею. Симон Ушаков (?) XVII в. The Veronica(The Saviour Not Made with Hands). Fresco over the entrance to the northern gallery. Simon Ushakov (?)17th century

'Спас Нерукотворный'. Роспись над входом в северную галерею. Симон Ушаков (?) XVII в. The Veronica(The Saviour Not Made with Hands). Fresco over the entrance to the northern gallery. Simon Ushakov (?)17th century

Св. Керамидион Фреска собора Спаса Преображения Мирожского монастыря во Пскове ок. 1140

Св. Керамидион Фреска собора Спаса Преображения Мирожского монастыря во Пскове ок. 1140

Ancha Icon of the Saviour (6th/7th c. CE) -- Medieval Georgian encaustic icon, traditionally considered to be the Keramidion, a "holy tile" imprinted with the face of Jesus miraculously transferred by contact with the Mandylion of Edessa. Actually it is kept at the National Art Museum of Georgia, Tbilisi

Ancha Icon of the Saviour (6th/7th c. CE) -- Medieval Georgian encaustic icon, traditionally considered to be the Keramidion, a "holy tile" imprinted with the face of Jesus miraculously transferred by contact with the Mandylion of Edessa. Actually it is kept at the National Art Museum of Georgia, Tbilisi

TRACING THE ICONS Masterpieces of Russian iconography from the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery - Cerca con Google

TRACING THE ICONS Masterpieces of Russian iconography from the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery - Cerca con Google