Seraphim of Sarov
The Church commemorates St. Seraphim on January 2, and the opening of his relics on July 19.
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Our venerable and God-bearing father Seraphim of Sarov was a Russian ascetic who lived at the Sarov Monastery in the 18th century, and is considered a wonder-worker. The Church commemorates St. Seraphim on January 2, and the opening of his relics on July 19.
The lithographic icon of Separphim of Sarov has been placed by the monks of the Holy Hut of St. George at the Skete of St. Anne on Mount Athos, in a wood derivative that has been worked with wax and resin. By applying high temperature, the wood took this particular shape and its distinctive black color.
This unique work of Byzantine art has been coated with gloss varnish in order to remain unchanged over time.
|Dimensions||20 x 26 cm|