IMP-05-02-5 Ss Cosmas & Damian
A painted icon of the Holy Martyrs Unmercenaries Cosmas and Damian.
Commemorated on July 14.
The holy unmercenaries and wonderworkers Cosmas and Damian lived in Rome in the 3ʳᵈ century. Having excelled in the medical field, they treated the ill for free. They suffered martyrdom during the reign of Emperor Aurelius Carinus.
This icon is painted using the following materials:
- Acrylic or tempera paints
- Lime, pine, or alder board
- Colored wax
- Gold leaf
- Linseed oil
- Hide glue
- Varnishes (mordant, kauri gum, acryl-styrolic)
This icon of Ss Cosmas and Damian is available in several sizes:
- 19×25 ㎝
- 23.5×31 ㎝
- 27×35 ㎝
- 30×41 ㎝
- 40×52 ㎝
This icon has a hand-carved rectangular central panel. The background, the halo, and the margins are covered with gold leaf. The icon is decorated with chiseling and gemstones.
Price & Deadlines
The final price of the icon of the Holy Unmercenaries Cosmas and Damian and the time it will take to paint it depend on its size and the complexity of its decoration.
Once this icon is painted, it will be consecrated in St Elisabeth Convent.