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Signed and dated: Zisis Ioannou Samarinos, July 13, 1879
Work by Margaritis Makrintziotis. The painter’s real surname was Chatziangelis, while his artistic name indicates his native place, Makrinitsa, Pelion.
Romanian hagiography from Bucharest.
St. George and the Dragon can be seen in the lower zone. The icon has been crafted on a board resembling a sanctuary door.
Upper zone: Supplication Trimorph and saints Spyridon and Alexios. Centre zone: Saints Constantine and Helen. Lower zone: Saint George and New Martyr George of Ioannina
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