This icon is a high quality reproduction of the St. Panteleimon icon that adorns the monastery chapel’s iconostasis, featuring the central image of the saint. This version is mounted on a specially crafted board that has a recessed central area, known in Russian as a "kovcheg." The original icon was painted in Russia by iconographer Natalia Popel.
Dimensions: 10" X 12"
A version is also available with a border consisting of sixteen scenes of St. Panteleimon’s life. View it here »
Made exclusively for the Hermitage by Damascene Gallery.
Read the life of St. Panteleimon here »
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