Second half of the 19th century. Central Russia.
Wood, lewkas, tempera.
Size: 23,5x19x2,4 cm.
Bishop Harlampy lived and preached in Magnesia (Asia Minor). He turned broad masses of the pagan population into Christianity, had a reputation for the national doctor, using among other natural products honey and wax for treatment of various illnesses. By Christian church has been proclaimed sacred, the healer of people. St. Haralampy is considered the keeper from sudden death. He is still esteemed by the patron of officials.
The icon belonged to Old Believers. Good condition.
This icon has collection significance.