Saint Luke of Simferopol and Crimea – Antique Painting Technique

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Saint Lukas was a doctor. He was declared a Saint in 1996 while his memory is honored on the 11th of June. This unique work of Byzantine art was crafted, with the exclusive knowledge of the quality silk-screen printing, by Father Pefkis and was hand finished on natural wood.

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He was born in Kerch of Crimaia and grew up in Kiev, where along with his general studies; he also studied Painting and Medicine, specializing on surgery. After the death of his wife, he became a priest and was exiled in Siberia. There he attempted the first kidney transplant from an animal to a human. He was arrested multiple times and was brutally tortured. He slept in Simferopol after having served as an Archbishop and doctor selflessly and with sacrificial love. He was declared a Saint in 1996 while his memory is honored on the 11th of June.

This unique work of Byzantine art was crafted, with the exclusive knowledge of the quality silk-screen printing, by Father Pefkis and was hand finished on natural wood.

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Weight1.00 kg
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