Four Saints, Russia, Pskov, circa 1500 (vrezka)

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Standing full-length on a green ground, the Mandylion depicted on the upper border, the two saints on the left are dressed as bishops, possibly representing St Nicholas and St Basil the Great, the two saints on the right, a beardless martyr and a female martyr, possibly St Paraskeve, dressed in predominantly red robes, holding a martyr cross.

31.2 by 27cm, 12 1/4 by 10 5/8 in.