Synonyms for doxaras or Related words with doxaras
Examples of "doxaras"
was also the first painter that worked on porraiture. His most famous portrait was that of Count Graf von der Schulenburg, leader of the Venetian army and defendant of Corfu, which he signed as ""Panagiotis
, Lacedaemonian Horseman, 1725, May 15th"" (Hellenomnemon, p. 19) . Nikolaos
(1700/1706-1775), son of Panagiotis
continued the artistic legacy of his father.
(1700/1706–1775), son of Panagiotis
continues the artistic legacy of his father. In 1753–1754 he painted the roof of Saint Faneromeni in Zate that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1953. Only a part of it has been saved and is exhibited today at the Zante Museum. Other contemporary artists of
were the Zante painter Ieronymos Stratis Plakotos and the Corfiot Stefanos Pazigetis.
() (1662–1729) was a Greek painter who founded the Heptanese School of Greek art.
() is a village of the Grevena municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Grevena. The 2011 census recorded 208 residents in the village.
is a part of the community of Grevena.
(1700/1706-1775), son of Panagiotis
continued the artistic legacy of his father. Between 1753 and 1762,
worked in Zakynthos and in 1753–1754 he painted the roof of Faneromeni Church in Zakynthos town that unfortunately was destroyed in the earthquake of 1953. Only a part of it has been saved and is exhibited today at the Byzantine Museum of Zakynthos. An original work, "The Birth of the Mother of God", is also displayed in the Byzantine Museum of Zakynthos.
(; 1706/10 in Kalamata – 2 March 1775 in Zakynthos) was a Greek painter of the Heptanese School, born in the Ionian islands.
continued the artistic tradition of his father by replacing the Byzantine-style icon painting works by Italian-influenced painting. His works have been crucial for the orientation of Greek painting towards Italy.
The front of the marble iconostasis resembles the exterior of the entrance of a baroque-style church. The ceiling of the church is divided into segments depicting scenes from St. Spyridon's life and miracles. The original painter of the church ceiling was Panagiotis
who created the works in 1727. With the passage of time the
paintings rotted away and subsequently they were replaced by copies painted by Nikolaos Aspiotis, a member of the Aspiotis family of Corfu. The only remaining trace of Doxaras's work is the gilded border of the iconography.
' religious subjects, he was the first painter that tried to depict realistically the faces of his figures and his paintings' religious scenes.
also introduced into Greek iconography the technique of oil painting, which replaced the old method of mixing pigments with egg yolk. Having as a quide the works of Paolo Veronese, he painted the roof of Agios Spyridonas in Corfu, where he died. The images faded and later in the middle of the 19th century were replaced with newer ones painted by Nikolaos Aspiotis.
He was the son of the Greek painter Panagiotis
. In 1729 he joined the Venetian army, and also studied painting in Venice. In 1738 he returned to the island of Leukas and in 1745 became an army officer. Between 1753 and 1762 he worked in Zakynthos.
' work signals the departure of Greek painting from the Byzantine iconography towards the Western European Renaissance art. He admired passionately the great Italian painters and in particular Leonardo da Vinci, whose book "Art of painting" (Trattato della pittura) he translated into Greek.
In 1726 he wrote the famous, albeit controversial and much debated theoretical text "On painting" ("Περί ζωγραφίας") in which he addressed the need for Greek art to depart from Byzantine art towards Western European art. The article was originally published after
' death in 1871. His article even today is the subject of much discussion in Greece.
The first examples of the new western influenced art can be seen at the roofs of churches which were known as "ourania" or "sofita". A pioneer in this change was Panagiotis
(1662–1729), a Maniot who was taught Byzantine iconography from the Cretan Leo Moschos. Later
would travel to Venice to study painting and he would abandon Byzantine iconography to dedicate himself to western art. Having as a quide the works of Paolo Veronese he would later paint the roof of the church of Saint Spyridon in Corfu. In 1726 he wrote the famous although controversial and much debated theoretical text "On painting" () in which he addressed the need for Greek art to depart from the Byzantine art towards western European art. His article even today is the subject of much discussion in Greece.
Around 1973, as a result of a serious train accident that took place between
and Orfana stations in Thessaly, the Hellenic Railways Organisation installed VHF/FM radios on all stations and driving cabs. In many cases the orders are transmitted over the radio by station masters, instead of being handed out in printed form. In the past OSE used ten different VHF frequencies. An allocation of 150.05 to 151.6 is reserved for the VHF/FM service. Today operations use four channels as follows:
He was born in a part of Greece that was under Venetian, rather than Ottoman control. He appears to have taken his first art lessons from Nikolaos
, who lived on Zakynthos during the 1750s. At the age of sixteen, under his direction, Koutouzis painted decorations at the Churches of Saint John of Damascus and Saint Demetrius, both of which have since been destroyed. He may have lived in Venice from 1760 to 1764. If so, he was definitely back at Zakynthos in 1766, painting the "Procession of Saint Dionysius".
Nikolaos Koutouzis (1741–1813) received lessons from Nikolaos
and continued to the move towards western European standards of painting. He was particularly known for his realistic portraiture (including a self-portrait) that emphasised the emotional background of the subject. He also reputedly painted a portrait of a baby Dionysios Solomos. After living for a period in Venice, he traveled back to Zakynthos in 1766, and painted the famous "Procession of St Dionysios". Several of his other paintings are displayed in the Byzantine Museum of Zakynthos. Koutouzis also wrote satirical poems on local affairs and scandals which often landed him in strife.
Notable modern Greek artists include Renaissance painter Dominikos Theotokopoulos (El Greco), Panagiotis
, Nikolaos Gyzis, Nikiphoros Lytras, Yannis Tsarouchis, Nikos Engonopoulos, Constantine Andreou, Jannis Kounellis, sculptors such as Leonidas Drosis, Georgios Bonanos, Yannoulis Chalepas and Joannis Avramidis, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos, soprano Maria Callas, composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, Nikos Skalkottas, Iannis Xenakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Eleni Karaindrou, Yanni and Vangelis, one of the best-selling singers worldwide Nana Mouskouri and poets such as Kostis Palamas, Dionysios Solomos, Angelos Sikelianos and Yannis Ritsos. Alexandrian Constantine P. Cavafy and Nobel laureates Giorgos Seferis and Odysseas Elytis are among the most important poets of the 20th century. Novel is also represented by Alexandros Papadiamantis and Nikos Kazantzakis.
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