Mother of God Glykophilousa

Moeder Gods Glykophilousa. Pisa 13e eeuwThe mother of God wears a white headdress with typical ornaments and a maphorion without stars, while Christ is clothed in an orange-red himation with a white sash.
The halo is formed of small dots applied to a gold background. The icon probably originates from Dalmatia.

Size: 28 x 35 cm.

Mother of God Glykophilousa

Moeder Gods GlykophilousaThe mother of God wears a white headdress with typical ornaments and a maphorion without stars, while Christ is clothed in an orange-red himation with a white sash.
The halo is formed of small dots applied to a gold background. The icon probably originates from Dalmatia.

Size: 20 x 24cm

Mother of God with Child

icoon062_vThis type of icon is usually called ‘Madre della Conzolazione’, Mother of the Consolation, and perhaps derives from the Byzantine Hodigitria type (though the Child is sitting on the Mother’s right arm). The icon could be from the Cretan-Venetian school. This depiction is very widespread in East and West.

Size: 27 x 31 cm