Synonyms for andreou or Related words with andreou
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; ; ) (March 24, 1917 – October 8, 2007) was a painter and sculptor of Greek origin with a highly successful career that spanned six decades.
has been praised by many as an eminent figure in international art of the 20th century.
In 1999, the library of the town La Ville-du-Bois, where
resided while in France, was named in honor of Constantine
, the Greek painter, once lived in La Ville-du-Bois. In 1999, the town's library was named in honor of
Mixed-data sampling (MIDAS) is an econometric regression or filtering method developed by Ghysels "et al." There is now a substantial literature on MIDAS regressions and their applications, including
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() (born June 16, 1967) is a former international Cypriot football striker.
The rebellion of the ten (Η ανταρσία των δέκα) directed by Enrico
made his debut for Anorthosis in a match angainst AEL Limassol.
has also participated in the Biennales of Antwerp, the Netherlands, Paris, Venice, and Yugoslavia.
died on October 8, 2007 in his house in Athens.
( ), also spelt Antreou, is a common surname in Greece and Cyprus. It originally meant "son of Andrew" or son of Andreas.
or Andreu is also a last name in Spain and Italy.
is of pre-Christian Greek origin although in Western Europe it gained popularity during the Crusades (mostly in the form of Andrew) and was also one of the earliest settler names in America.
(; born September 6, 1969 in Famagusta) is a former international Cypriot football defender.
was a Greek swimmer. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
can be found in many private collections in Europe, North America and Asia.
had his first exhibition in Paris in 1951, where he demonstrated the transformation of his style. In the group exhibition "Seven Greek Sculptors",
was characterized as "the most famous Greek sculptor in the capital with a rich, varied and successful work". By the end of the decade,
was widely known in the French art scene and considered an equal to Mondrian, Picasso and Gastaud. In 1982, he was given the lead as chairman of the Paris "Autumn Salon" for sculpture.
A major impact on Andreou's method of expression and in the development of his personal "language" was his friendship with Le Corbusier. They first met in 1947 and worked together on and off until 1953. At one time Le Corbusier asked
, "Where did you learn how to work?" to which
responded "I'm Greek, I carry the knowledge within me." This friendship instilled in
Le Corbusier's view of architecture as monumental sculpture and, conversely, sculpture subject to the laws of architecture.
(, 1877 – 1947) was a Greek athlete from Cyprus. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
The Port of Patras is to its west, it also features a square by Agiou
and Gounari Streets.
"(Greek: Αντωνάκης Ανδρεου)" often called Antonis
, is a Cypriot sports shooter. He has represented Cyprus in the 1996 Summer Olympic Games ranking 9th and the 2000 Summer Olympic Games ranking 8th. He represented Cyprus at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, finishing in 22nd.
created the "Costas
Foundation" with the stated goal to promote his work in the arts and the significance of sculpture and painting worldwide. The foundation is also to recognize young and upcoming artists every 3 years with an award, based on the decision of an international judging committee. The first time the award is to be given in March 2008.
The UK premiere of the show began previews on August 31, 2011 at the Shaftesbury Theatre in the West End. Opening night took place on September 27, 2011. Amy Pemberton was originally cast as Sherrie but due to illness was forced to withdraw from the show. She performed for the first week of previews and at "West End Live 2011". She remained on extended leave while her understudy Natalie
played the role. Pemberton later decided that she would not be returning to the role and
was given it permanently.
performed on opening night.
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