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Holy Face. The end of the XIV century. Assumption Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin --  Конец XIV в.

Holy Face. The end of the XIV century. Assumption Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin -- Конец XIV в.

"Christ the Ardent Eye". Mid - third quarter of the XIV century. Assumption Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin -- Спас Ярое око

"Christ the Ardent Eye". Mid - third quarter of the XIV century. Assumption Cathedral in the Moscow Kremlin -- Спас Ярое око

The Saviour with Golden Hair, first quarter of the 13th century, Cathedral of the Assumption ☩

The Saviour with Golden Hair, first quarter of the 13th century, Cathedral of the Assumption ☩

The Tsar’s Praying seat – the Monomakh’s Throne – was created in 1551 for Ivan the Terrible, the first Russian Tsar. It might have been erected by carvers from Novgorod. In the seat’s base there are four round sculptures  - depictions of fantastic beasts of rapine. They hold the quadrangular construction with four carved pillars and , balusters, crowned with a marque decorated with kokoshniks, roses and vases. It is situated in The Assumption Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin.

The Tsar’s Praying seat – the Monomakh’s Throne – was created in 1551 for Ivan the Terrible, the first Russian Tsar. It might have been erected by carvers from Novgorod. In the seat’s base there are four round sculptures - depictions of fantastic beasts of rapine. They hold the quadrangular construction with four carved pillars and , balusters, crowned with a marque decorated with kokoshniks, roses and vases. It is situated in The Assumption Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin.

Icon of Christ Pantocrator    Early 17th century    Moscow    Oil on panel, gold, pearls, fabric and paper; chased, engraved and matted

Icon of Christ Pantocrator Early 17th century Moscow Oil on panel, gold, pearls, fabric and paper; chased, engraved and matted

Icon of the Holy Mandylion of Christ (1st half of 13th century)  iconographer Father Gregoire Krug ☩

Icon of the Holy Mandylion of Christ (1st half of 13th century) iconographer Father Gregoire Krug ☩

Head of Christ, second half 14th century,  Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia, Italian, Florentine ☩

Head of Christ, second half 14th century, Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia, Italian, Florentine ☩

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