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Aidan Hart Icons
- Includes over 200 icons and frescoes by Aidan Hart, plus over 20 articles on iconography and church architecture.
Andrei Rublev Museum
- Moscow, Russia; includes a selection of icons from their permanent collection.
- Traditional byzantine orthodox icons by iconographer Michael Kapeluck.
Art Gallery:Russian icons
- A gallery of Russian icons, all thumbnailed and with preview and both high and low res images.
Byzantine Art Icons
- Features the work and technique of the studio of Greek iconographers Maria Sigalas-Spanopoulos and Nikolas Spanopoulos.
- Icons painted on wood according the ancient byzantine technique, by Maria Elisabeta Bonef.
Carrington Sacred Art
- Sacred icon paintings, by artist Kathryn Carrington.
Christian Sanctuary Gallery
- Overview of Byzantine iconography, profile and exhibition of the artist, Paul Boyce.
- The history of Georgian orthodox crafts, handmade icons and iconography. Present Christian icons in enamel, with embossing, written by modern Georgian iconographers.
A Guide to Byzantine Icons on the Internet
- Resource of annotated links to Byzantine icons. Describes essential feature of icons, iconostasis and most common icon types. Includes index of contemporary iconographers, index of icon websites and icon galleries.
- A nicely organized collection of icons from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
- Icons made by Camelia Munteanu (Bucharest, Romania).
- Selection of orthodox icons painted by Daniela Jurescu.
Icons of the Saris Museum at Bardejov
- Gallery of various subjects located in Slovakia.
Ikons: Windows into Heaven
- Includes the history and development of iconography, details of the craft, examples of icons and other work of Bob Atchison.
- Icons written by iconographer Xenia Pokrovsky, one of a few people in the former USSR who revived iconography in the late 1960s during the communist reign.
Russian Icons Gallery
- Brief history, religious and cultural background, aesthetical analysis,and critiques of Russian Icons. In English and Japanese.
Russian orthodox icons
- Virtual gallery of the iconpainter Olga Kuznetsova, from St. Petersburg (Russia).
- Icons written by the hand of iconographer Marek Czarnecki, a student of Russian Orthodox iconographer Ksenia Pokrovsky, who founded the Izograph School in Moscow.
- Icon artist and restorations. A description of the artist and her work.
- Features works created in this ancient Russian city.
- A Gallery of wall-paintings and icons from Bulgarian authors: Nedyalko Jekov, Yordan Ivanov, Dimitar Peev, Vassil Yanev, Radoslav Hristov.
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