Further Reading

  • "A Reader's Guide to Orthodox Icons." https://iconreader.wordpress.com/
  • Antonova, Clemena. Space, Time, and Presence in the Icon Seeing the World with the Eyes of God. London: Ashgate Publishing, 2010.
  • "Icons and Their Interpretation." https://russianicons.wordpress.com/
  • Ivanov, Vladimir Mikhaĭlovich. Russian Icons. New York, NY: Random House Incorporated, 1988.
  • Polyakova, Olga A. Icons: Masterpieces of Russian Art 16th-19th Centuries. London:Vivays Publishing, 2011.
  • Salmond, Wendy R. Russian Icons at Hillwood. Washington, DC: Hillwood Museum and Gardens, 1998.
  • Salmond, Wendy. "Russian Icons and American Money, 1928-1938." Canadian-American Slavic   Studies 43, no. 1-4 (2009): 273-304.
  • Shevzov, Vera. Russian Orthodoxy On the Eve of Revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.
  • Tarasov, Oleg. Icon and Devotion: Sacred Spaces in Imperial Russia. Translated by Robin Milner-Gulland. London: Reaktion Books, 2002.
  • Uspensky, Boris. The Semiotics of the Russian Icon. Edited by Stephen Rudy. Lisse: DeRidder, 1976.
St. Elijah (Ilya)
Further Reading