• Nicholas, St., with the Deesis and the Selected Saints.

    The centerpiece represents shoulder-length depiction of saint Nicholas, above him there is Deesis. To his left, to his right and underneath are the Selected Saints.
  • Deesis with St. Barbara and St. Parasceva (Friday)

    In the center is Jesus Christ seated on the throne, blessing with his right hand and holding a closed Gospel book lying on His lap. He is flanked by the Mother of God and John the Baptist with their hands raised in blessing; behind them, in the second row, are the martyrs Barbara and Parasceva.
  • Barbara, St, Parasceva and Juliana, St, with the scenes of the lifes of Barbara, Juliana of Heliopolis and Juliana of Nicomedia, St.

    In the center of the icon are three female martyrs that were particularly venerated in Pskov. In the center is the figure Barbara, the saint patroness of the church, where the icon comes from, flanked by Parasceva Pyatnitsa and Juliana. The icon belongs to the “zhitiyny” (hagiographic) type of the icons, in which the scenes of the saint’s life go one after another without being strictly divided into panels, with one theme smoothly following another. The scenes are dedicated to the lives of SS Barbara and Juliana. The accompanying titles, partially lost, were read and restored by A.N.Ovchinnikov in accordance with the Life of the Saints texts.
  • Selected saints: Paraskeva Pyatnitsa, Barbara, Juliana

    The full-length figures of three martyrs. In the center is St. Barbara standing in a frontal pose with a black martyr’s cross in her right hand; her left hand is raised at the breast level, the palm is open. To her right is St. Paraskeva, standing in a three-quarter turn to Barbara; to her left stands St. Juliana, her head is turned to St. Barbara. Both martyrs hold white eight-pointed crosses with their right hands. Above Barbara, in a semi-circle of heaven, is Christ Emmanuel in a red vestment, blessing with both hands. To either side of a semi-circle of heaven, between the martyrs’ haloes, are two half-figures of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel.
  • Barbara, St.

    Waist-length depiction of St. Barbara with a cross and a scroll in her hands. Her head is covered with a crown.
  • Nicholas the Wonderworker, St., with the Deesis and the Selected Saints

    The centerpiece shows the waist-length depiction of St. Nicholas. On the upper border of the icon is represented Deesis with the image of Savior Not Made by Hands in the centre. At the sides of the Savior are represented waist-length depictions of the Mother of God, John the Forerunner and archangels Michael and Gabriel. At the sides of the central image of Nicholas the Wonderworker are shown the half-figures of great forefathers Basil the Great and Gregory the Theologian, apostles Peter and Paul , healers Cosmas and Damian. In the lower part of the centerpiece are the depictions of protomartyr archdeacon Stephen, great martyrs Parasceva, Catherine and Barbara and also martyr Menas.
  • Yaroslavl icon of the Mother of God, with the Deesis tier and the Selected Saints

    In the centerpiece is shown the Mother of God with the Divine Child Whose right hand seems to support the chin of  Our Lady and His left hand is holding a folded scroll which makes this icon different from the other Yaroslavl icons of the Mother of God where the left hand of the Divine Child holds the edge of Her omophoion. On the upper border of the icon  is depicted Deesis with the Savior Not Made by Hands in the centre – the feature of many northern icons. Deesis includes the depictions  of saint Nicholas the Wonderworker (instead of the Holy Virgin), prophet John the Forerunner, archangels Michael and Gabriel. On the left and on the right borders below and on the lower border are shown the waist-length frontal depictions of  saint John the Goldenmouth, Apostle John the Theologian, great martyrs Parasceva named “Friday” and Barbara and great martyr Demetrius.  
  • Parasceva named “Friday” with the Selected Saints.

    In the centerpiece is represented shoulder-length depiction of great martyress Parasceva.
  • Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker, with the Deesis tier and the Selected Saints

    In the centerpiece of the icon is depicted blessing saint Nicholas dressed as a bishop with the open Gospel book in his left hand.