Italian archaeologist. He was educated in Venice at a time when there was great controversy over the conservation of original works of art, especially in connection with the restorations (1875) in S Marco. In 1888 he moved to Rome, where he became an inspector of monuments and advocated the establishment of a photographic archive and a catalogue of monuments as a basis for restoration programmes. Having collaborated on excavations inside the Pantheon in ...
Greek, 19th century, male.
Born 1858, in Patras; died 27 January 1935, in Athens.
Painter, art restorer. Landscapes, seascapes.
This artist, the pupil of George Jakobidés, exhibited at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris.