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- The art print is going to be delivered rolled and you will need to FRAME it YOURSELF or with the help of a local framing shop. The picture FRAME is NOT INCLUDED.


- High image quality and detail.

-Shipped in a cardboard box secured with plastic wrap, bubble wrap, and cardboard pads.

-Once the order is shipped, we will send you a tracking number.

- The standard production time is 3-5 business days.

-As Different monitors ca show the colors, Colors of the actual print can be slightly different the actual print can be slightly different.
Please keep this in mind prior to purchase.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. 

Trinity (Andrei Rublev)

  • Items will be shipped within 1-10 working days after payment has been cleared by PayPal. Items will be shipped by registered mail. We shipping worldwide. Shipping time: 10-40 days. Custom fees, VAX, Tax or any delay with the country regulation would be the buyer responsibility.

  • The Trinity (Russian: Троица, tr. Troitsa, also called The Hospitality of Abraham) is an icon created by Russian painter Andrei Rublev in the 15th century. It is his most famous work and the most famous of all Russian icons, and it is regarded as one of the highest achievements of Russian art. Scholars believe that it is one of only two works of art (the other being the Dormition Cathedral frescoes in Vladimir) that can be attributed to Rublev with any sort of certainty.

    The Trinity depicts the three angels who visited Abraham at the Oak of Mamre (Genesis 18:1–8), but the painting is full of symbolism and is interpreted as an icon of the Holy Trinity. At the time of Rublev, the Holy Trinity was the embodiment of spiritual unity, peace, harmony, mutual love and humility.

    The icon was commissioned to honour Saint Sergius of Radonezh of the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, near Moscow, now in the town of Sergiyev Posad. Little is known about The Trinity's history, and art historians make suggestions based on only the few known facts. Even the authorship of Rublev has been questioned. Various authors suggest different dates, such as 1408–1425, 1422–1423 or 1420–1427. The official version states 1411 or 1425–27. The Trinity is currently held in the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.

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