Icon of Christ Pantokrator


published on 30 November 2017

This icon was painted on wood in Constantinople in the second quarter of the 15th century CE during the waning days of the Byzantine Empire. It was likely made at one of the imperial workshops, and it depicts Jesus Christ as the "Pantokrator." (Pushkin Museum, Moscow)

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