Salvator Mundi

  • A popular subject of Northern painters starting in the 15th Century, Salvator Mundi, translated as Savior of the World, depicts Jesus with his right hand raised in blessing while his left hand holds an orb representing the world. The icon is meant to illustrate Christ's dominion over the world and, in eschatological terms, his providence in the end of days.


    Icon measures 15.25" (length) x 11.5" (width). Hand painted in the Byzantine style by an artist from Palestine.

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