A small icon of the Almighty in a silver frame. Lyubavin.

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A small icon of the Almighty in a silver frame. Lyubavin.

A small, pocket image of the Almighty in a silver frame. It is an example of historical realism, which gained popularity from the end of the 19th century. The growth figure of Christ, as if placed on the clouds and radiates light. This humble step and blessing is full of loftiness and meek strength. The precise and virtuoso painting of the miniature betrays the hand of an outstanding icon painter. The diffused atmosphere of goodness and light is accumulated by a gilded frame, made by the master of the Academy of Sciences - Nasedkin Alexei Ivanovich (1883-1908) commissioned by Lyubavin Alexander Venediktovich, the owner of the silverware factory in 1893-1917. 84 sample of silver St. Petersburg 1899-1908. Nominal brand of Lubavin of the supplier of the royal court with a double-headed eagle.
Condition: Good
Material: Wood, gesso, gilding, oil, Silver 84
Product sizes: Height - 10cm width - 7cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Country: Russia, St. Petersburg
Period: At the turn of 19th -20th century
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