Keeping the Faith – Russian Old Believer Icons

Friday, November 14, 2014

In the late 17th century, a group of Russian Christians called the Old Believers refused to accept new reforms made to the Orthodox Church. Though they were prosecuted and exiled as a result, the Old Believers practiced what they believed to be the original Orthodox teachings, which included the creation of metal icons in an ancient style that reaches back as far as the age of Constantinople...

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“Cultural objects tell stories; and in each story a simple message is found—all cultures are the same, we just express ourselves differentlyGLEN JOFFE, OWNER