Panayotis D. Cangelaris - Greek Diplomat and Collector



 "The Magician" by Alecos Fassianos

"The Magician", 1980
By Alecos Fassianos (1935-2022)
Oil on canvas, 90Χ115 cm.
Inv. No.: P-14

Since 2014, this painting does not anymore belong to
The Cangelaris Collection

  ALECOS FASSIANOS (1935-2022)

Born in Athens, Alecos Fassianos studied at the School of Fine Arts (1953-1960) with Yannis Moralis.  With a scholarship by the French government he later moved to Paris where he studied lithography by Pierre-Eugène Clairin and Georges Dayez at the École Nationale des Beaux Arts (1960-1963).  He had his first one-man exhibition in Athens (1957).  Many other solo and group shows followed both in Athens and abroad.  He had also designed stage scenery and illustrated art books of renown Greek and foreign poets and has designed Greek stamps among which one of the issues for the Olympic Games in Athens (2004).  His work finds itself  between expressionism and surrealism with an intense naive and Greek character.  He lived and worked in Athens and Paris.  Alecos Fassianos passed away in Athens (2022).

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








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