The famous 19th-century oil-painting by Greek artist, Nikolaos Gyzis. The Secret School depicts the reality of the Orthodox Christian struggle to preserve faith, language and culture during the harsh centuries of Turkish Occupation. During this time, it was not uncommon for young men, escorted by Greek soldiers, to travel by night to Orthodox monasteries and churches where they were taught by clergymen and monastics in underground "schools".
A good lesson for all
Posted by Unknown on 8th Feb 2017
This is a reminder of how life has been at times for the Orthodox, and may be again. We should appreciate what we have if this is not our situation, and never stop teaching our children the Truth if it is our situation. Wish we bought a larger size.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Sep 2016
great quality & quick delivery
Love the "Secret School"
Posted by Jenny Mattmiller on 6th Dec 2012
I love the print, and am having it framed right away. I'll certainly be a returning customer to
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