Modern Serbian Iconography: Žiča Monastery
On October 17 at 5:00 p.m. in the White Hall of the Russian Institute of Art History in St. Petersburg a benefit exhibit, “Modern Serbian Iconography: for the 800th anniversary of the Serbian Royal Lavra, Žiča Monastery” will open.
The exhibit will display works from the icon studio of one of the most ancient Serbian monasteries, and is dedicated not to the monastery’s 800th anniversary, but also to the deep fraternal relationship that binds Russia and Serbia.
The Mother of God “Tender Feeling”
Icon of Christ “Made Without Hands”
The Mother of God “Joy and Consolation”
The Mother of God, “Inexhaustible Cup”
The Mother of God, “Kardiotissa”
St. Nicholas save the man drowning in the sea
St. Silhouan the Athonite
The Mother of God “It is Truly Meet”
The Mother of God “The Milk Giver”
The Mother of God “Of the Three Hands”
The “Vladimir” Mother of God
The Mother of God "Of Belgrade"
The Hodigitria ("Way-Shower") Mother of God
The Mother of God "Enthroned"