Ileana Patriche

Ileana Patriche

Visual artist, out-of-the box ideas.
Ileana Patriche
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Ange en adoration - Fra Angelico (Late medieval - probably very early Renaissance)

Ange en adoration - Fra Angelico (Late medieval - probably very early Renaissance)

Studies of crabs - Leonardo da Vinci -  Ink on paper.

Studies of crabs - Leonardo da Vinci - Ink on paper.

Albrecht Dürer 1471-1528 Study of a Man Aged 93, 1521

Albrecht Dürer 1471-1528 Study of a Man Aged 93, 1521

Albrecht Durer....#hands

Albrecht Durer....#hands

Saint Andrew

Saint Andrew

Coptic Icons--Saint Onophrios

Coptic Icons--Saint Onophrios

1670s Icon depicting The Cross of Kiy, a replica of the True Cross with holy relics commissioned by Nikon, Orthodox patriarch of Moscow, in 1656. On the left top to bottom are the images of Saint Emperor Constantine the Great, Tsar Alexey Mikhaylovich and Patriarch Nikon. To the right: Saint Empress Helena and Tsarina Maria Ilyinichna.

1670s Icon depicting The Cross of Kiy, a replica of the True Cross with holy relics commissioned by Nikon, Orthodox patriarch of Moscow, in 1656. On the left top to bottom are the images of Saint Emperor Constantine the Great, Tsar Alexey Mikhaylovich and Patriarch Nikon. To the right: Saint Empress Helena and Tsarina Maria Ilyinichna.

UNKNOWN MASTER, German  Darmstadt Altarpiece: Constantine and His Mother Helena Venerating the True Cross  1440s  Pine, 207x 109 cm  Staatliche Museen, Berlin

UNKNOWN MASTER, German Darmstadt Altarpiece: Constantine and His Mother Helena Venerating the True Cross 1440s Pine, 207x 109 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Empress Sait Helena also known as Saint Helena Agusta or Helena of Constanolpe ( Ca. 246-330). She was the mother of Emperor Constantine the Great. She is traditionally credited with finding the relics of the True Cross, with which she is often represented in Christian iconography.

Empress Sait Helena also known as Saint Helena Agusta or Helena of Constanolpe ( Ca. 246-330). She was the mother of Emperor Constantine the Great. She is traditionally credited with finding the relics of the True Cross, with which she is often represented in Christian iconography.

Icon depicting SS. Constantine, Helena and Agatha, Novgorod School, c.1500.

Icon depicting SS. Constantine, Helena and Agatha, Novgorod School, c.1500.