File:Apostle Paul - icon.jpeg

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English: Apostle Paul. Russian Orthodox icon from the beginning of the 19th century. Fragment from the church iconostasis (deesis row). Northern Russia or the Baltic region. Wood, primer (paint) and tempera. Original size: 107 х 43 cm.
Date Beginning of the 19th century (Russian empire). Posted to wikimedia on 2011-10-01.
Source Private art collection
Author Unknown Russian Orthodox painter of early 19th cen.


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