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St John the Theologian. mid 17th c. Unknown painter (likely Konstantinos Tzanes). Vatopedi monastery, Mt Athos, Greece.

St John the Theologian. Unknown painter (likely Konstantinos Tzanes).

Russian Orthodox icon of the Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian, 18th century (Iconostasis of Transfiguration Church, Kizhi Monastery, Karelia, Russia).

John the Apostle Russian Orthodox icon of the Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian, century (Iconostasis of Transfiguration Church, Kizhi Monastery, Karelia, Russia).

Ritzos Andreas - St John the Theologian writing his Revelations on an open scroll

Ritzos Andreas - St John the Theologian writing his Revelations on an open scroll

Panagia Paramythea Without the Silver Covering. Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos | Paramythea means “calming down” or “restrain"

Icons of the Theotokos: Panagia Paramythia, the Vatopedi Mother of Consolation, or Comfort

Icon of the Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian, 16th century, Cretan school (but the Gospel that the apostle holds is in Church-Slavonic)

Icon of the Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian, century, Cretan school (but the Gospel that the apostle holds is in Church-Slavonic)

SAINT JOHN THE THEOLOGIAN, EGG TEMPERA, WATER GILDING TECHNIQUE, WOOD PANEL WITH RAISED BORDER

SAINT JOHN THE THEOLOGIAN, EGG TEMPERA, WATER GILDING TECHNIQUE, WOOD PANEL WITH RAISED BORDER

Holy, glorious and all-laudable Apostle and Evangelist John (also John the Theologian orJohn the Divine)

St John the Evangelist and Beloved Apostle Holy / glorious and all-laudable Apostle and Evangelist John (also John the Theologian orJohn the Divine

Legend says, the cave of Christmas where the child of light burns in the darkness is hidden in the center of the earth. Access is not easy. You cannot just amble to a mantle, note the craft of the ...

Icon of St John the Baptist by Andrei Rublev. Andrei Rublev is considered by many to be the greatest medieval Russian painter of Orthodox icons and frescoes.

“If you see your neighbor in sin, don’t look only at this, but also think about what he has done or does that is good, and infrequently trying this in general, while not partially judging, you will find that he is better than you.” – St. Basil the Great, Conversations, 20  ----------------------------------------------------------- Fragment of the XIV century icon The Three Holy Hierarchs, Vatopedi monastery, Mount Athos, Greece

Basil the Great XIV century icon The Three Holy Hierarchs, Vatopedi monastery, Mount Athos, Greece

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