Icon of TriodRussia, Stroganov School, city of Perm', 1600-1650, oklad probably eighteenth century
Lot 1035
Icon of Triod
Russia, Stroganov School, city of Perm', 1600-1650, oklad probably eighteenth century
Sold for US$ 30,000 inc. premium
Lot Details
Icon of Triod
Russia, Stroganov School, city of Perm', 1600-1650, oklad probably eighteenth century
tempera on wood, gilding, chased and engraved metal oklad from the 18th century
26.75 x 21.5cm (10 1/2 x 8 1/2in)

Footnotes

  • This icon depicts scenes of important feasts of the Christian Orthodox calendar, starting from the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector at the beginning of the Lent period and includes scenes associated with the Sunday of Forgiveness and the Revelations of the Last Judgment, combined with the feasts of the Holy Week. All of the scenes are depicted in accordance with Orthodox services held during Lent and the Holy Week described in the Book of Triod. Especially significant is the central depiction of the Savior of Smolensk, an image that became famous and popular in Moscow in the late sixteenth century. The present icon is an important example of miniature icon painting from the first half of the seventeenth century.

    Икона включает изображение всех подвижных праздников литургического года, начиная с Недели о мытаре и фарисее, включает сцены, связанные со службами Прощенного Воскресения и воспоминанием о Страшном суде; вплоть до праздников Светлой седмицы. Все изображенные сцены отражают богослужение Великого Поста и Пасхальной недели и соответствуют службе по книге Триоди Постной и Цветной. Редким иконографическим решением является небольшой средник, где представлен образ Спаса Смоленского, иконы прославившейся в Москве в XVI веке. Представляет интересный образец миниатюрного письма первой половины XVII века.
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