Russian ICON Print on Canvas, "Christ The True Vine" Ca Moscow, 2004 # 939
Russian Icon Print on Canvas Limited Edition "Christ The True Vine" Description: Icon limited edition piece, “Christ The True Vine” commissioned by the Orthodox recovering alcoholics in Moscow, Russia in 2004. Background on the piece is as follows, taken from the Gospel of John 15.1-7: "I am the true vine and my Fathe
Orthodox Icons of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Orthodox Icons of Jesus Christ show us different aspects of Jesus Christ. Some show the merciful face of the Father. It is part of Orthodox Tradition to pray in front of the Icon of Jesus Christ. In this collection of icons you will find traditional and quality images of our Lord and Savior. The Monastery has identified some of the more significant Orthodox icons of Christ.
"One of the fundamental methods of curing the soul is stillness in the full sense of the word. I believe that we have already made this clear. Contemporary man is seeking healing for his life, especially for his inner condition, precisely because he is over-strained. Therefore one of the messages which Orthodoxy can offer to the contemporary weary, discouraged and floundering world is the message of silence."~Hierotheos Vlachos: Hesychia as a Method of Healing