The Yaroslav Mother of God

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Central Russia, early 18th Century, the faces have been overcleaned, and the linear drawing of the features has been redefined, extensive repair to the levkas. Compare with a similar icon in the Zolotnitsky Collection, see Paul Muratoff, Thirty Five Russian Primitives, Paris 1931, frontispiece. Paintings of the same theme and stylistic qualities are found in all important Russian Monasteries, Museums and Private Collections.