Alekos Fassianos

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Alekos Fasianos, Red Cyclist

Alekos Fasianos, Red Cyclist

alekos fassianos

alekos fassianos

Alekos Fassianos

Alekos Fassianos

Alekos Fassianos (b. 1935)

Alekos Fassianos (b. 1935)

Alekos Fassianos

Alekos Fassianos

Alekos Fassianos

Alekos Fassianos

Alecos Fassianos studied painting under Yannis Moralis at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Between 1960 and 1963, he continued his studies in lithography in Paris on a French state scholarship under Eugène Clairin and Georges Dayez. His work has been shown as a number of solo exhibitions in Greece and abroad. Fassianos also designs stage sets for the theatre and illustrates art publications. Lives and works in Athens and Paris.

Alecos Fassianos studied painting under Yannis Moralis at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Between 1960 and 1963, he continued his studies in lithography in Paris on a French state scholarship under Eugène Clairin and Georges Dayez. His work has been shown as a number of solo exhibitions in Greece and abroad. Fassianos also designs stage sets for the theatre and illustrates art publications. Lives and works in Athens and Paris.

Fasianos Alekos (1935) The Bridegroom, 1967

Fasianos Alekos (1935) The Bridegroom, 1967

Alecos Fassianos studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts and moved to Paris to study lithography.He worked in both cities, coupling these two influences in his work,combining ancient myth with modern situations.His work is filled with heroic characters and intellectual allegory set amongst everyday lifeMotion is present in every image,usually hair or cloth waving in the breezeThe figures are often posed in a salute or signalling to the viewer either a forthcoming or an already-won victory

Alecos Fassianos studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts and moved to Paris to study lithography.He worked in both cities, coupling these two influences in his work,combining ancient myth with modern situations.His work is filled with heroic characters and intellectual allegory set amongst everyday lifeMotion is present in every image,usually hair or cloth waving in the breezeThe figures are often posed in a salute or signalling to the viewer either a forthcoming or an already-won victory

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