Icon of Saint Macarius of Unzha

Icon of Saint Macarius of Unzha, also known as Venerable Macarius of the Yellow Water Lake and the Unzha. It was created in the mid-19th century in Central Russia. Saint Macarius (1349–1444) is considered to be the founder of several monasteries in the Upper and Middle Volga regions of Russia. He is depicted in the center of the composition, next to the monastery on the Volga River. The icon also contains 12 hagiographical border scenes showing the main events of the saint’s life.

Icon of Saint Macarius of Unzha

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