Panayotis D. Cangelaris - Greek Diplomat and Collector

 

CONTEMPORARY GREEK PAINTING
THE CANGELARIS COLLECTION

 

"Dedication to Yannis Tsarouchis" by Dimos Skoulakis

"Dedication to Yannis Tsarouchis", 1990
By Dimos Skoulakis (1939)
Oil on canvas, 55Χ35 cm.
Inv. No.: P-54

 

"The Gamble and Myth of the Images No.2" by Dimos Skoulakis

"The Gamble and Myth of the Images Νο 2", 1998
By Dimos Skoulakis (1939)
Oil on canvas, 150Χ150 cm.
Inv. No.: P-114

 

"Judith and ... Holofernes" by Dimos Skoulakis

"Judith and ... Holofernes", 1998
By Dimos Skoulakis (1939)
Oil on canvas, 160Χ110 cm.
Inv. No.: P-115

 

"Marina and Dimitri Cangelaris" by Dimos Skoulakis

"Marina and Dimitri Cangelaris", 2002
By Dimos Skoulakis (1939)
Oil on canvas, 120Χ81 cm.
Inv. No.: P-163

  DIMOS SKOULAKIS (1939)

Born in Athens, Dimos Skoulakis studied painting with Panos Sarafianos (1956-1957) and later at the School of Fine Arts with Yannis Moralis and Yiorgos Mavroidis (1960-1965).  He completed his studies with stage scenery by Vassilis Vassiliadis (1963-1965).  In 1968-1969 he traveled to North and South America and Europe (Paris, London, West Berlin), where he had the opportunity to study the classic works of great masters of the European Art and to come in immediate contact with the contemporary art movements and especially those of pop-art and critical realism.  He had his first solo exhibition in Athens (1981), but had participated, already since 1961, to a series of group shows.  The human figure is paramount in his hyperrealist work.  He lives and works in Athens.

P.D.Cangelaris, Reflections upon Greek Contemporary Painting, The Cangelaris Collection, vol.1, Athens 1991

 

 

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