An engraving of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Máriapócs, Hungary.
The icon, which is currently kept in St Stephen’s cathedral in Vienna, became renowned in 1696, when it is believed to have wept in front of eye witnesses. The village of Máriapócs remains an important place of pilgrimage to this day, especially for the Greek Catholic community of Hungary.
A Russian icon of the Mother of God of the Passion, also known as Strastnaya. It is very rare for this type of icon to depicted Mary seated on a throne, especially a baroque one.
In the Catholic Church, a Cretan copy of this icon is venerated under the title Our Lady of Perpetual Help.