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Portable Icons - Saints

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Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox men's community. The Monastery Icon Workshop specializes in egg tempera panel icons, fresco painting, and mosaics. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Monastery Icons, Saint Gregory, Small Icons, St Basil's, Orthodox Icons, Religious Art, Mosaic

Portable Frescoes — Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery

Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox men's community. The Monastery Icon Workshop specializes in egg tempera panel icons, fresco painting, and mosaics.

This icon of St John Chrysostom is painted on a gessoed wooden board using egg tempera paints. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, John Chrysostom, St Basil's, Orthodox Icons, Gold Paint, Saints, Creations, Hand Painted

IMP-03-01-84 St Basil the Great

Select from both options (paints and size) to see the price of the icon. A painted icon of Saint Basil the Great. Commemorated on January 14 (January 1 O.S.). Materials This icon is painted using the following materials: Acrylic or tempera paints Lime, pine, or alder board Gesso Colored wax Gold leaf Linseed oil Hide glue Varnishes (mordant, kauri gum, acryl-styrolic) Size This icon of Saint Basil is available in the following sizes: 14.5×19.5 cm 16.5×21.5 cm 19×25 cm 23.5×31 cm 27×35 cm…

This award-winning site features information on the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, news and events, His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, the Orthodox Christian faith, and more. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Christian Messages, Christian Faith, Monastery Icons, Early Church Fathers, Capadocia, St Basil's, Religious Images

The Tradition of the Vasilopita (with Recipe)

From the DOWAMA St. Raphael Clergy Brotherhood: The tradition of baking and cutting a special "pita" (which can mean a loaf of bread, a cake, or even a pie) each year on January 1st is observed in honor of our holy father Basil the Great, archbishop of Caesarea in Cappodocia-- hence its name "Vasilopita" meaning "St.