Georgian Archangel Michael Painting

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published on 18 December 2017

This painting of Archangel Michael was executed in the early 14th century CE in Ubisi, Imereti (West Georgia) on wood and with tempera. One can clearly see the strong Byzantine influence in this painting. (Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi)


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