Besides the specific artistic expression of those works made in College, the author of the presented works tried (as far as she was able to) to follow the basic contours of the standardized rules of iconography in wood, bone, metal, linen.

Iconography itself demands such characteristics as humility, equanimity, and delitescence in an iconographer. A careful eye can perceive these characteristics in elementary constellations of colour, lines, and physiognomy of bodies, which almost completely lack typical anthropological proportions: weight, height (for instance, such apparently (un)usual relations between extremities are most evident in the ancient Coptic icons: Bishop Holy Menas with Jesus, Bavit (Egypt), 6th century).

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#1 Our Lady Of Vladimir

Our Lady Of Vladimir

College, 48cmx36cm, 2017, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#2 Saint Nicholas

Saint Nicholas

College, 48cm x 36cm, 2018, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#3 Saint George

Saint George

College, 48cmx36cm, 2018, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#4 Saint Cecilia

Saint Cecilia

College, 48cmx36cm, 2015, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#5 The Nativity Of Christ

The Nativity Of Christ

College, 48cmx36cm, 2017, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#6 The Divine Mercy Of Jesus

The Divine Mercy Of Jesus

College, 48cmx36cm, 2016, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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#7 The White Angel

The White Angel

College, 48cmx36cm, 2017, by Mirjana Nikolić.

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