Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa – Serigraph | Mount Athos

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An icon with the representation of Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa created with the technique of lithography by a monk at Mount Athos. The artificial maturation is handmade and gives this artwork collectable value.

 

The icon is available upon order within 5 business days

 

Origin: Mount Athos

Dimensions: 18,5 x 46 cm

 

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Serigraph with Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa

A silkscreen painting  with the representation of Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa . The icon of the Virgin Mary depicts the Mother of God holding baby Jesus to her right side and leaning Her head slightly towards Him to symbolize her protection and tenderness. The Mother of God enfolds Her Son with both hands and looks straight ahead with kindness and so does little Jesus. At some icons with Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa we can see that Theotokos holds Her Son very close to Her body and other times baby Jesus is sitting at Her lap but without being tightly hugged.

Serigraph with Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa: Characteristics

At this icon with the representation of Virgin Mary Vrefokratousa the iconographer monk used the technique of silkscreen painting to create this beautiful work of art. The monk was taught the technique of silkscreen painting at the workshops of iconography at the monasteries of Mount Athos. This particular icon was crafted with the Byzanine style with both the technique of silkscreen painting and the procedure of artificial maturation by hand. This icon can be an excellent gift for your friends or relatives because it is an artwork made with love from the monks of this unique Holy place which is also called “the garden of Virgin Mary”.

 

The icon is available upon order within 5 working days

 

Origin: Mount Athos

Dimensions: 18,5 x 46 cm

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Weight0.5 kg
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