• Mother of God The Healer of Sorrows

    Our Lady is holding in Her right arm the Divine Child with an opened scroll. Her left hand is pressed against Her head as if She was responding to all those praying to Her in hardship and infirmities. On the raised flat borders of the icon panel are the Holy Martyrs: St. Charalampias, St.Gurias, St.Samonas and St.Abibas.In the lower section of the icon are waist-length pictures of the three saints.
  • Mother of God with the Swords. “Softening of Evil Hearts”

    In the centre of the icon Our Lady is depicted waist-length. Seven swords are thrust into Her heart-three swords on both sides and one from below.The number seven symbolizes the magnitude of anguish, pain and heartache experienced by the Mother of God in Her lifetime. On the raised flat borders of the icon panel are four saints- St.Gurias,St.Abibas,St.Samonas and St. Helena.
  • Nicholas, St., with hagiography

    In the centerpiece is St.Nicholas the Miracleworker. In his left hand he holds the opened Gospel, his right hand is raised in a gesture of blessing. In the upper corners of the central section in the medallions are waist-length figures of Christ and the Mother of God. There are 32 hagiographical border scenes. On the raised flat borders of the icon panel are the saints: St.Samonas, St.Gurias, St.Abibas and St. Anne.
  • Saints: Gurias, Samonas, Abibas

    In the central section of the icon the saints are depicted full-length. Above them is a waist-length depiction of Jesus Christ.
  • Gurias, Samonas and Aviv

    Full-length figures of Sts. Gurias, Samonas and Aviv. In the upper part is the figure of Christ Pantocrator.
  • Samonas, Blaise, Gurias and Aviv, the holy martyrs

    The icon shows full-length figures of Sts. Samonas, Gurias, Aviv and Blaise. Gurias and Samon are dressed in Byzantine tunics and cloaks; Aviv is wearing a sticharion, he holds a reliquary in his right hand and a censer in his left; Blaise is dressed in clerical clothes holding a closed Gospel book. The icon is executed in accordance with the Palekh ancient art imitation style of the late 19th – late 20th centuries