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In You rejoices

Franghias
Kavertsas
Crete, working between 1615 and 1647/1648
1st half of the 17th century
Tempera and gold on coated canvas applied to wood
H. 58 cm ; w. 55 cm

This icon illustrates one of the many hymns to the glory of Mary, and is written in the 8th century by St John Damascene and sung during the celebration of the liturgy of St Basil: “In you rejoices all creation, the angelic hosts and mankind”. The medallions evoke “all creation”, referring back to the beginning of the Bible which describes the creation of the world by God. This work is signed and dated.

Inventory number: 
PPP04881
Inventory number : PPP04881
Acquisition details : Roger Cabal bequest, 1998
Room 36. The art of the icon
The Eastern Christian World
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