Greek art

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the lute player, Nikiforos Lytras (Νικηφόρος Λύτρας), Greek painter

the lute player, Nikiforos Lytras (Νικηφόρος Λύτρας), Greek painter

Kythira, George Sikeliotis

Kythira, George Sikeliotis

Spyros Papaloukas [ 1892-1957 Greek painter ]

Spyros Papaloukas [ 1892-1957 Greek painter ]

Γιάννης Τσαρούχης Yannis Tsarouchis 1910-1989

Γιάννης Τσαρούχης Yannis Tsarouchis 1910-1989

Giorgos Bouzianis

Giorgos Bouzianis

Γιώργου Γουναρόπουλου, Κορίτσι (λεπτομέρεια)

Γιώργου Γουναρόπουλου, Κορίτσι (λεπτομέρεια)

spyros papaloukas

spyros papaloukas

A painting by the famous Greek artist Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika that was lost for several decades has resurfaced at Bonhams sale of Greek art at 101 New Bond Street London on 26 November. It is estimated at £80,000-100,000. The Boat was painted in Paris in 1931 following the artist’s journeys to Northern Italy in the early 1930s. It was among the seven works by Ghika accepted for the Salon des Superintendents in Paris in 1931, five of which have now disappeared.

A painting by the famous Greek artist Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika that was lost for several decades has resurfaced at Bonhams sale of Greek art at 101 New Bond Street London on 26 November. It is estimated at £80,000-100,000. The Boat was painted in Paris in 1931 following the artist’s journeys to Northern Italy in the early 1930s. It was among the seven works by Ghika accepted for the Salon des Superintendents in Paris in 1931, five of which have now disappeared.

A painting by the famous Greek artist Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika that was lost for several decades has resurfaced at Bonhams sale of Greek art at 101 New Bond Street London on 26 November. It is estimated at £80,000-100,000. The Boat was painted in Paris in 1931 following the artist’s journeys to Northern Italy in the early 1930s. It was among the seven works by Ghika accepted for the Salon des Superintendents in Paris in 1931, five of which have now disappeared.

A painting by the famous Greek artist Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika that was lost for several decades has resurfaced at Bonhams sale of Greek art at 101 New Bond Street London on 26 November. It is estimated at £80,000-100,000. The Boat was painted in Paris in 1931 following the artist’s journeys to Northern Italy in the early 1930s. It was among the seven works by Ghika accepted for the Salon des Superintendents in Paris in 1931, five of which have now disappeared.

.:. Οικονόμου Μιχαήλ – Michail Oikonomou [1888-1933] Ψαροκάλυβο

Οικονόμου Μιχαήλ – Michail Oikonomou [1888-1933]

.:. Οικονόμου Μιχαήλ – Michail Oikonomou [1888-1933] Ψαροκάλυβο


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