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Icons of Christ Pantocrator - the Almighty Ruler of All

Christ Pantocrator is a common theme in Orthodox Christian iconography, depicting Jesus Christ as the Almighty Ruler and Judge of all creation. The word "Pantocrator" is derived from two Greek words, pan meaning all and kratos meaning power. The image of Christ Pantocrator typically features a frontal portrait of Jesus with a stern, commanding expression and a halo around his head, symbolizing his divinity. In the image, Christ is often depicted holding a book, representing the word of God, and making a gesture of blessing with his right hand. The fingers of his left hand are arranged in a particular way to symbolize the letters IC XC, an abbreviation of the Greek words for Jesus Christ. The image of Christ Pantocrator first appeared in the early Byzantine period and became a central theme in Orthodox Christian iconography.  The image serves as a reminder to Orthodox Christians of Jesus Christ's power and authority as the Son of God and the judge of all creation.

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver and enamel revetment cover

Finely painted icon depicting Christ Pantocrator covered by gilt silver revetment cover with polychrome enamel halo and details. The cover was made around 1880s by a Moscow silversmith Ivan Alexeev. Retains partially preserved original silk back covering. Preserved in a very good original condition. 

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 20-RSMIS-11
  • Size 8 3/4 x 10 1/4 inches (22 x 28 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Oil on gessoed board in gilt silver and enameled cover and halo
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Fine large Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator with St. Michael the Archangel & St. John the Theologian

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

The border saints are St. Michael the Archangel and St. John the Theologian.

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 33-045-060-SP2
  • Size 22 1/2 x 18 1/2 inches (57 x 47 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870's
  • Origin The Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $4,500
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 320-HGI-47
  • Size 12 x 10 1/2 in (30 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. late 19th century
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Tempera on wood panel
  • Price $2,350
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 123-1009-017-224-SP1
  • Size 13 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches (34.3 x 29.8 cm)
  • Age ca. 19th century
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera and gilding on gessoed wood
  • Price $2,250
  • Orthodox Cross

Large Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 148-066-092-SP2
  • Size 17 1/3 x 14 1/2 inches (44 x 37 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870s
  • Origin Russia, the Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $2,250
  • Orthodox Cross

1849 Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ as Pantocrator - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand. It is covered by an ornate silver oklad revetment cover with a separately attached multilayered gilt-silver halo.

The icon is hallmarked with a town mark for the Russian town of Kostroma, the silversmith's mark BC for Vassily Savelyev, and the assayer's mark dated 1849. The icon is framed in a contemporary gilt wood frame. 

  • ID# 1036-015-004-SP2
  • Size 11 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (29 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1849
  • Origin Kostroma, Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in parcel gilt silver revetment cover
  • Price $1,750
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Large Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 238-063-012-SP2
  • Size 15 3/4 x 13 inches (40 x 33 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870's
  • Origin Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $1,750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 161-1009-023-221-SP1
  • Size 13 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches (35 x 31 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $1,500
  • Orthodox Cross
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Russian Icons - Wedding pair of Our Lady of Kazan & Christ Pantocrator in silver covers

Russian Icons - Wedding pair of Our Lady of Kazan & Christ Pantocrator in silver covers

In Orthodox tradition, newlyweds are presented by their families with two matching icons (So called "The Wedding Pair") — one of Christ and the other of the Theotokos—to remind them of their commitment to God and serve as the spiritual center of family prayer. The icons are covered with silver revetment covers and presented in contemporary gilt frames. 

  • ID# 1213-023-032-SP2
  • Size 9 /12 x 8 1/4 inches each (24 x 21 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials oil on gessoed wood in silver revetment covers
  • Price SOLD!
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right.  The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 1230-74-96-SP2
  • Size 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $1,350
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

  • ID# 164-015-093-L60i3-150
  • Size 15 in x 12 in (38 cm x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s, provincial School
  • Materials Egg tempera and parcel gilt on gessoed wood
  • Price $1,200

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator with St. Gregory the Great border Saint

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

St. Gregory the Great is depicted on the right border. 

 

  • ID# 47-1009-008-003-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/2 in (31 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870s
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera and gilding on gessoed wood
  • Price $1,200
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the blessing gesture with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” 

The border saints are the Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist forming the Orthodox Deisis. 

  • ID# 199-1009-028-140-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 inches (31 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870s
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on parcel gilt and gessoed wooden panel
  • Price $1,200
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right.  The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 318-065-070-SP1
  • Size 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches (34 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $1,200
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right.  The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 1234-76-48-SP2
  • Size 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Icon painting village of Palekh
  • Materials egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $1,100
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

  • ID# 117-104-090-SP7-2
  • Size 18 x 14 1/2 in (46 x 37 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Materials Egg tempera on tooled and gessoed wood
  • Price $1000
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator with 4 border saints

The icon depicts Christ Pantocrator with four border saints: Saint Peter the Apostle, Saint Gregory, Saint Theodore, & Saint Martha.

  • ID# 358-090-086-SP1
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches (35 x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered and gessoed wood
  • Price $1,000
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

  • ID# 95-1009-014-008-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 in x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $975
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 267-043-053-SP1
  • Size 11 3/4 x 10 1/4 inches (30 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1860s
  • Origin Central Russia, Moscow?
  • Materials Egg tempera on parcel gilt and gessoed wood
  • Price $975
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith.

  • ID# 359-090-098-SP1
  • Size 11 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches (30 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. early 19th century
  • Origin Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt and gessoed wood
  • Price $975
  • Orthodox Cross

Large Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand. 

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 34-083-109-SP2
  • Size 22 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches (57 x 39 cm)
  • Age ca. 1910
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $950
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Orb in his left hand and makes the gesture of  of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 14-51-92-SP6-100
  • Size 18 x 15 in (46 x 38 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

  • ID# 246-102-059-SP6-1
  • Size 17 3/4 x 13 3/4 in (45 x 35 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 24-1009-003-053-SP1
  • Size 10 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches (26 x 22 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera and gilding on tooled and gessoed wood
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. 

  • ID# 303-050-093-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera, gilding on gessoed woof
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 185-1009-027-162-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 in x 10 1/4 in (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Icon painting village of Kholui
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled and gessoed wood
  • Price $875
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver oklad cover & kiot frame

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

The silver resentment cover is hallmarked by a prolific Moscow silversmith Semyon Galkin and dated 1877.

  • ID# 266-1009-036-057-SP1
  • Size 9 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches (25 x 21 cm)
  • Age ca. 1877
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials egg tempera on gessoed wood under a silver revetment cover and glass-fronted gilt kiot shadowbox frame
  • Price $875
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. 

The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 239-038-112-SP1
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches (35 x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 1910
  • Origin the icon painting village of Kholui
  • Materials Egg tempera, silvering, and tooling on gessoed wood
  • Price $875
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts realistically rendered Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand

  • ID# 189-052-075-SP6-1
  • Size 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 in (32 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood
  • Price $850
  • Orthodox Cross
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Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1013-086-085-SP2
  • Size 8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches (21.5 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in hallmarked silver oklad revetment cover
  • Price $825
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover & kiot frame

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 282-1009-044-111-SP1
  • Size 11 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches (29 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow Region
  • Materials egg tempera on gessoed wood, metal revetment cover, glass-fronted wooden frame with gilt insert
  • Price $800
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful." In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

  • ID# 261-043-012-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1980
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $800
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith.

  • ID# 363-094-053-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $800
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the blessing gesture with his right. 

The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 215-1009-031-141-SP1
  • Size 12 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches (32 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera and gessoed wood
  • Price $795
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the blessing gesture with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” 

  • ID# 205-1009-030-041-SP1
  • Size 8 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches (21 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Oil on wooden panel in gilt silver revetment cover
  • Price $775
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantorcrator in brass revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 765-036-062-SP2
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in brass revetment cover
  • Price $775
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.  The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

  • ID# 144-046-098-SP6-85
  • Size 13 x 9 1/2 in (33 x 24 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Origin Central Russia, Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand.

  • ID# 48-104-021-SP7-16
  • Size 12 1/2 x 10 1/4 in (32 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1910s
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.  Christ is pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand.

  • ID# 205-050-078-SP7-1
  • Size 12 1⁄4 x 10 1⁄2 in. (26.5 x 22 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 32-1009-003-259-SP1
  • Size 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood in gilt silver cover
  • Price $750
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

  • ID# 297-047-032-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890
  • Origin Russian Provinces
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand.

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

  • ID# 28-104-027-SP7-1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 in (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880's
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $725
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1240-076-077-SP2
  • Size 8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $725
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantorcrator in brass revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1092-040-129-SP2
  • Size 10 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (27 x 21 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870s
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered brass revetment cover
  • Price $725
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" . This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

 

  • ID# 96-041-047-SP6-8
  • Size 15 x 12 in (38 x 31 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $700
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb in his left hand. 

  • ID# 175-027-063-SP6-8
  • Size 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 in (32 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood
  • Price $700
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb in his left hand.

  • ID# 210-079-060-SP6-8
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 in (35 x 28 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $700
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

  • ID# 369-101-007-SP1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 in (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Icon painting village of Kholui
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $700
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 74-103-044-SP7-1
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 in (35 x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 19th century
  • Materials egg tempera on gessoed wood under a brass revetment cover
  • Price $675
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 234-101-033-SP7-1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 in (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Materials egg tempera on gessoed wood under a brass revetment cover
  • Price $675
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1257-027-053-SP2
  • Size 8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled and gessoed wood
  • Price $675
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantorcrator in brass revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1146-083-047-SP2
  • Size 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches (26 x 21 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered brass revetment cover
  • Price $650
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover & kiot shadow frame

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 05-047-088-SP7-1
  • Size 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 in (29 x 21 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Oil on wood in brass oklad in glass fronted shadow frame
  • Price $625
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover & kiot frame

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 254-1009-041-033-SP1
  • Size 13 3/4 x 10 inches (35 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered brass oklad and kiot glass-fronted shadowbox frame
  • Price $625
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad and kiot shadowbox frame

 

 

  • ID# 227-025-134-L60i3-30
  • Size 11 1/2 in x 10 in (29 cm x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s, Moscow
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered tooled brass revetment cover housed in glass-fronted wooden kiot shadow box frame
  • Price $600

Russian icon - 4-Panel icon: Christ Pantocrator, the Annunciation, Our Lady of Kazan, and St. Prince Alexander Nevsky

Russian icon divided into 4 separate registers depicting Christ Pantocrator, the Annunciation, Our Lady of Kazan, and St. Prince Alexander Nevsky.

  • ID# 235-101-025-SP6-7
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 in (31 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $600
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad and kiot

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Orb and Cross in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 51-47-59-SP6-65
  • Size 13 1/2 x 10 in (34 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in brass revetment cover and glass-fronted wooden kiot shadow frame
  • Price $575
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantorcrator in brass revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator is one of the most common subjects in Russian iconography, and its iconography follows a traditional pattern. In these icons, Christ is depicted as a powerful and majestic figure, with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an open book of the Gospels. The term "Pantocrator" means "Almighty" or "Ruler of All," and the image of Christ in this role conveys his power and authority as the divine judge and ruler of the world. The icon portrays Christ with a stern expression, indicating his righteous judgment and the seriousness of his message. The icon's composition features Christ's head and shoulders in the center of the image, with his body slightly turned to the right. He is shown wearing a red tunic and blue mantle, with his long hair and beard flowing around his face. The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

Overall, the iconography of Christ Pantocrator is a powerful and striking representation of Christ's authority and judgment and a reminder of the spiritual power and majesty of the Christian faith. 

  • ID# 1285-017-041-SP2
  • Size 8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered brass revetment cover
  • Price $575
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - Christ Pantocrator in silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

The Gospels are opened on Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

 

  • ID# 1009-008-024
  • Size 8 1/2 x 7 inches (22 x 18 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood in silver cover
  • Price $550
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover and kiot shadow frame

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Orb and Cross in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 247-104-068-SP6-6
  • Size 10 1/4 x 10 in (26 x 25 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s
  • Materials Egg tempera on wood in silvered brass revetment cover and kiot shadow frame
  • Price $525
  • Orthodox Cross

Small Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in gilt silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Christ is depicted half-length, holding the Gospels in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. The Gospels are opened on John 13:34 "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another."

  • ID# 1354-22-134-SP2
  • Size 5 1/4 x 4 1/3 inches (13 x 11 cm)
  • Age ca. 1908-1917
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood under a gilt silver cover
  • Price $525
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in silvered brass revetment cover

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator  - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand. It is covered by an ornate silvered brass oklad revetment cover with a separately attached multilayered halo. 

  • ID# 298-047-081-SP1
  • Size 10 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches (26 x 22 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood in silvered brass cover
  • Price $500
  • Orthodox Cross

Small Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in gilt silver revetment cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power, i.e., the ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remained a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

Christ is depicted half-length, holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand and making the blessing gesture with his right. 

  • ID# 1358-23-265-SP2
  • Size 4 x 3 3/4 inches (10 x 8 cm)
  • Age ca. 1860s
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood under a gilt silver cover
  • Price $500
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Orb and Cross in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 100-104-043-SP7-1
  • Size 12 1/4 x 10 1/2 in (31 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood under a brass revetment cover
  • Price $475
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 187-042-041-SP7-4
  • Size 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 in (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $475
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 130-105-023-SP7-
  • Size 10 1/4 x 8 3/4 in (26 x 22 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $425
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 129-052-080-SP6-3
  • Size 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 in (22 x 17 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood under a silvered brass oklad
  • Price SOLD!
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad

Christ Pantocrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. The most common translation of Pantocrator is "Almighty" or "All-powerful". In this understanding, Pantocrator is a compound word formed from the Greek words for "all" and the noun "strength" (κρατος). This is often understood in terms of potential power; i.e., ability to do anything, omnipotence. The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator was one of the first images of Christ developed in the Early Christian Church and remains a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In the half-length image, Christ holds the Gospels in his left hand and makes the gesture of blessing with his right.

  • ID# 131-052-090-SP6-3
  • Size 6 3/4 x 5 1/2 in (17 x 14 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood under a brass revetment cover
  • Price $275
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - Christ Pantocrator in brass oklad cover

The icon depicts Christ as Pantocrator ( "Almighty" or "All-powerful") - pictured half-figured blessing with his right hand while holding an Orb and a Cross in his left hand. It is covered by ornate silvered brass oklad revetment cover with separately attached multirayed halo. 

  • ID# 244-103-078-SP7-35
  • Size 7 x 5 1/2 in (18 x 14 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials egg tempera on gessoed wood under a brass revetment cover
  • Price $275
  • Orthodox Cross

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