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List of Theotokos of St. Theodore icons

It is the list having historical and a cultural value of icons Theotokos of St. Theodore. They are stored in known museums or professional assemblages of collectors.

Title Place of creation (city, state) Date Medium Size Location before 1917 Current Location Image
Theotokos of St. Theodore from Nikolay Gostinsky Cruch[1] Russia (most likely Moscow) End of 17th century Wood, Primer, Tempera 42.0 cm (16.5 in) х 34.5 cm (13.6 in) Nikolay Gostinsky Cruch, Moscow Kremlin, Russia Moscow Kremlin, collection J-384, number 2754
Theotokos of St. Theodore[2] Russia 18th century Wood, Primer, Tempera 31.5 cm (12.4 in) х 27.5 cm (10.8 in) Unknown Unknown; through Sotheby's
Theotokos of St. Theodore from Kostroma[3] Russia, Kostroma, iconographer is Georgy Avraamov 1703 Wood, Primer, Tempera 64.3 cm (25.3 in) х 49.0 cm (19.3 in) in Kostroma State Historical Museum, Russia number 58271 i VIII 3740
Theotokos of St. Theodore from workroom of Chichikovs[4] Russia, Moscow, workshop of Chichikovs 1904 Wood, Primer, Tempera 31.0 cm (12.2 in) х 28.5 cm (11.2 in) Unknown Unknown
Theotokos of St. Theodore from Yaroslavl[5] Russia, Yaroslavl First half of 19th century Wood, Primer, Tempera 66.4 cm (26.1 in) х 51.3 cm (20.2 in) Unknown Yaroslavl Art Museum
Theotokos of St. Theodore from Russian Icons museum[6] Russia 1850 Wood, Primer, Tempera Unknown Russian Icons museum
Theotokos of St. Theodore from Tsarskoye Selo[7] Russia, Moscow, iconographer is Nemirov-Kolodkin's workroom 1903,[8] Begin of 20th century Wood, Tempera, Silver, Repoussé and chasing 31.4 cm (12.4 in) х 27.0 cm (10.6 in) Alexander Palace's Cruch in Tsarskoye Selo State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, store number ERO-8754
Theotokos of St. Theodore in a silver frame[9] Russia, Yaroslavl First half of 18th century Wood, Tempera, Silver, Gilding, Repoussé and chasing 69.0 cm (27.2 in) х 50.0 cm (19.7 in) Unknown, has arrived from the Russian Museum of Ethnography in 1941 State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, store number ERO-7139
Embroidered Theotokos of St. Theodore[10] Russia 18th century Canvas, Embroidery (silk and metal threads) 26.0 cm (10.2 in) х 19.0 cm (7.5 in) Ivan A.Galnbek's collection of icons State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, store number ERP-922
Theotokos of St. Theodore in the gold salary[11] Russia 17th century Wood, Tempera, Silver, Gold, Sapphires, Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds, Pearls 36.0 cm (14.2 in) х 27.7 cm (10.9 in) Alexander Palace's Cruch in Tsarskoye Selo State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, store number ERO-8846
Theotokos of St. Theodore found in 1239 Russia, under the legend it is wonderfully found 1239 Wood, Primer, Tempera Uspensky cathedral in Kostroma Revival church on the Jungle in Kostroma. The icons riza is in other place
Theotokos of St. Theodore found in 1239. Riza Russia, Kostroma, master Ivan Serebryannikov (1756–1795). Second half of 18th century Silver Uspensky cathedral in Kostroma Any of the Russian museums, the icon is in other place
Theotokos of St. Theodore of 1759[12] Russia, Kostroma 1759 Wood, Primer, Tempera 65.0 cm (25.6 in) х 50.0 cm (19.7 in) Dormition Cruch, Moscow Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, store number DR-40
Theotokos of St. Theodore with miracles[13] Russia, Kostroma Second half of 18th century Wood, Primer, Tempera 36.0 cm (14.2 in) х 31.0 cm (12.2 in) Unknown Kolomenskoye, Moscow, store number J-1454
Theotokos of St. Theodore with miracles of 19th century[14] Russia, Kostroma 19th century Wood, Primer, Tempera Unknown Dmitry Bondarenko's collection of icons

Miracles of icon

Sacred soldier Feodor Stratilat brings an icon of Theotokos to Kostroma Kostroma prince Vasily Kvashnja, having left on hunting, sees on a pine an icon of Theotokos Prince Vasily Kvashnja tries to get an icon, but it remains motionless Townsmen of Kostroma pray together with the prince Vasily Kvashnja before the shown icon Carrying over of an icon to Feodor Stratilat's church in Kostroma. Townspeople learn in it that icon which was born through a city by the soldier similar to sacred Feodor Stratilat
The people who have arrived from Gorodets learn the wonder-working icon in the shown image
Icon, must be sacred Feodor and Andrey Stratilat, and must be also the Legend text
Fire in church
Find of an icon safe on a fireplace Icon establishment in again built up church
The prince Vasily Kvashnja prays before an icon for protection of Kostroma city against Tatars Carrying out of an icon in the field of fight
The victory over the enemy has occurred thanks to wonderful protection of an icon of Theotokos of St. Theodore Returning in Kostroma city and icon installation on a former place
Returning in Kostroma city and icon installation on a former place During a heavy fire inhabitants of Kostroma see the icon of Theotokos soaring in air Prayer before an icon of the Mother of god about its returning in Kostroma city Building of a stone building of church in honour of a wonder-working icon of Theotokos of St. Theodore Transferring of an icon to new stone church

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