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Jesus Christ the Pantocrator (Spas v silakh), Russian icon from first quarter of 18th cen.

Date first quarter of XVIII cen.
Source Iconostasis of Transfiguration church, Kizhi monastery, Karelia, Russia
Author 18 century icon painter
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