the Visit of St. Antony to St. Paul and a raven miraculously providing them a whole loaf of bread, originally draw in 1777 (18th century) by Yuhanna Al-Armani on a 55 x 56.5 cm painted wood for the monastery of St. Mercurius (Abu Sefein) in Old Cairo. It is now presented in the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo.
What's in the Box?
1- The Icon printed using UV ink on a 14mm piece of wood with a layer of Oak wood stuck on its back, and its sides painted in dark brown
2- Our Unique "Reviving Coptic Heritage" Box for the30x30 size
3- Printed leaflet clarifying the Coptic symbols and logos used in our project