Icon with water-gilding on plywood. Icon painting that employs the most suitable colors and application of egg-tempera paints. Water-gilding with gold leaf 24K.
Saint Hilary was the wife of Claudius, who was beheaded and met his martyric end in glory along with their sons. In one of her visits to their grave, soldiers of the eparch arrested her. She pleaded with them to let her pray first, and during her prayer she gave up her last breath. Her memory is commemorated by the Church on the 19th of March.
Icon with water-gilding on plywood. The wood has been prepared in heat and gilded with gold leaf 24K, in accordance with traditional Byzantine techniques. The icon has been painted with egg-tempera paints for best performance and endurance of colors used. The colors were chosen based on studies and analyses of older icons by renowned iconographers, after ARTIS had first conducted conservation treatments on them.
Saint Hilary was the wife of Claudius, who held the office of Tribune during the reign of Numerian in 283 AD. The eparch Celarinus handed over Saints Chrysanthus and Dareia to him for punishment. When, however, Claudius discovered that the holy couple could not be harmed by his tortures, he also came to belief in Christ and was baptized along with his wife and children, Jason and Maurus. Afterwards, Claudius too met his martyric end in glory, as well as his son who were all beheaded. Hilary took their remains and buried them. In one of her visits to their grave, soldiers of the eparch arrested her. Hilary pleaded with them to let her pray first and during her prayer she gave up her last breath. Their memory is commemorated by the Church on the 19th of March.
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