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 Alla was queen of the Goths. She was a Christian and was burned alive in a church along with 300 other believers. On account of her faith in Christ, the Orthodox Church honours her as a Saint.
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 Alla was queen of the Goths in the 4th century AD. Because she was a Christian, she was driven from her throne. Although she had the opportunity to save her life by offering sacrifices to the pagan idols, the Saint remained steadfast in her faith. In 375 AD, she was burned alive in a church along with 300 other Christians, of whom we know the names of only 26. On account of her faith in Christ and martyric death, the Orthodox Church honours her as a Saint.
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