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Prophet Elijah fed by a raven Gracanica Monastery Belgrade - Gallery of Frescoes (copied by Dunian Mihailovic) Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Medieval World, Medieval Art, Christian Artwork, Russian Icons

Precious Outrageous Sublime

Prophet Elijah fed by a raven 1318-1321 Gracanica Monastery Belgrade - Gallery of Frescoes (copied by Dunian Mihailovic)

Προφήτης Ηλίας ο Θεσβίτης _july 20 ( Prophet Elijah from a two-sided icon dated to the late century. The reverse side is decorated with an image of St. Image courtesy of the Byzantine Museum, Kastoria Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Black Jesus, Christian Artwork, Russian Icons, Religious Paintings, Early Christian

The Fur-Cloaked Prophet: Elijah and the “City of Beavers”

The prophet Elijah was more than a holy figure in Kastoria: he represented its economic foundations.

Icon of Elijah, Helias, Elias the Prophet. Commemorated July The Holy Prophet Elijah is one of the greatest of the prophets. He lived about 900 years befo Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Fresco, Russian Icons, Icon Collection, Religious Icons, Art Icon, Old Testament, Orthodox Icons

This is how I picture O God my Father but it is The Prophet Elijah (by Manuel Panselinos, 14th c.).

Monastery of St Catherine, Icon: The Prophet Elijah. Religious Icons, Religious Art, The Transfiguration, Russian Icons, Byzantine Art, Byzantine Icons, European Paintings, John The Baptist, Catholic Art

Илия Фесфитянин, прор.; XI в.; Египет. Синай - православные мастерские «Русская Икона

Илия Фесфитянин, прор.; Египет. Синай; XI в.; мастер: Стефан(иконописец). М-рь Св. Екатерины. Синай; местонахождение: Египет. Синай, монастырь св. Екатерины; 69.2 x 129.1 см.; мастер: Стефан(иконописец). М-рь Св. Екатерины. Синай; материал: дерево, золото (сусальное), пигменты натуральные; техника: золочение, полировка по золоту, темпера яичная (каталог церковного искусства в православных мастерских «Русская Икона»).