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The Last Supper – Ukrainian Icon
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This representation of the Last Supper by Ukrainian monk Yov Konzilevich XVII is reproduced in Ukraine on a traditional wooden base and set in levkas (chalk based natural glue) with gold background in accord with the iconographic Byzantine style. Also available in a larger size.
In the 14th century on the Pochaev mountain in Ukraine, Mary appeared and after the vision a single footprint remained from which a spring emerged and later a monastery was built dedicated to the miracle. 200 years later it was visited by the Greek Bishop Neophit who left behind as a gift this image of the icon which came to bear the monastery's name " The Pochaev Icon of the Mother of God". Read More
The original icon of this image the 'Mother of God of Smolensk' is found in the Georgian Iviron monastery on Mount Athos in Greece where it is believed to have been since the year 999, and according to the Eastern Orthodox Church, was painted by St Luke. Read More
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