Saint John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco"In calling to mind the saints and their struggles, an Orthodox icon does not simply represent the saint as he appeared upon the earth. No, the Orthodox icon depicts his inner spiritual struggle; it portrays how he attained to that state where he is now considered an angel on earth, a heavenly man. This is precisely the manner in which the Mother of God and Jesus Christ are portrayed. Orthodox Icons should depict that transcendent sanctity which permeated the saints."

Saint John of San Francisco
Orthodox Life, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Jan-Feb 1980), p. 42-44.
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This site is dedicated to Orthodox iconography. The icons presented on our site are the highest quality icons in truly Orthodox style. The traditional Orthodox icons displayed on this site are available in high quality prints which are then laminated on both sides to protect the print from any damage. The laminated prints are then mounted on solid wood and the edges beveled and then painted in the traditional reddish-brown color. A keyhole is placed on the back for ease of hanging.

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Featured Icons

Nativity Triptych (with Angels)
Nativity Triptych (with Angels)
Hand-Painted Greek Orthodox Icon
Hand Painted Orthodox Icons
Hand Painted
Orthodox Icons
Orthodox Icon Wood Shrines
Orthodox Icon
Wood Shrines
Orthodox Icon Stands
Antique Gold Finished
Icon Stands

St. Gerasimos of the Jordan
St. Gerasimos of the Jordan
March 4 / March 17

Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste
Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste
March 9 / March 22

St. Benedict
St. Benedict
March 14 / March 27

St. Alexis the Man of God
St. Alexis the Man of God
March 17 / March 30
St. Mary of Egypt
St. Mary of Egypt
5th Sunday of Great Lent
April 5

The Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary
The Annunciation
March 25 / April 7
St. Sabbas
"Extreme Humility"
Great Saturday, descent into Hades
April 18
The Bright Resurrection of Christ, The Pascha of the Lord
April 19