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Greek, 16th century, male.

Active in Nicaea before 1588.

Painter. History painting, portraits.

According to Zani, Adolus reproduced an old Byzantine painting dating from the 14th century, the Portrait of Epiphanias, Bishop of Constance.

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Greek, 16th century, male.

Active in Otrantoc.1500.

Painter. Religious subjects.

Berlin: Descent from the Cross

Naples: St George

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Greek, 16th century, male.

Active in southern Italyc.1500.

Painter.

Vatican (Mus. Cristiano): Christ Resurrected and Mary Magdalene

London, 1 Nov 1996: Nativity (1542, oil on panel, 16¾ × 14 ins/42.8 × 35.6 cm) GBP 20,700

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Greek, 16th century, male.

Born to a family originally from Thebes, Greece.

Painter.

Catalanos was one of the pupils of the Cretan School. With his brother Georg, he decorated the monastery of the Transfiguration at Veltsista (c. 1564) and the narthex in the church at the monastery of Balaam at Meteores in Greece (c. ...

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15th century, male.

Born c. 1400 BC.

Sculptor, architect, inventor. Mythological subjects.

Ancient Greek.

A legendary figure, said to be the great-grandson of Erechtheus, king of Athens, Daedalus was supposed to have invented the saw, the brace, masts and sails for ships, and a range of other practical devices. According to a familiar story, the council of the Areopagus in Athens banished him to exile in Crete for having killed his nephew out of jealousy. In Crete, according to later sources, he built the Labyrinth (which some have identified as the Minoan palace at Cnossus). He is said to have been the first Greek to carve figures in the round and with separated legs....

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Greek, 16th century, male.

Born in Crete.

Painter.

Damasceno painted icons and decorative murals, dating from between 1571 and 1591, that are scattered throughout the Orthodox world, as well as in Italy. His works can be found in Heraklion (Crete) in the church of S Menas, in the convent on Mount Athos, in the churches of St Catherine of Sinai, at St Spyridon Flambouriaris in Zakynthos as well as in Venice in the church of St George of the Greeks. This artist established a point of contact with western art; through his work we can see an evolution of the style of icon painting towards western values. His work, however, retains a specifically Byzantine quality and whatever similarities can be found between his work and that of El Greco, a fellow Greek, stem from their common roots....

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Greek, 15th century, male.

Born in Mocchlio.

Painter.

Work attributed to this artist are the frescoes at the church of Apano Flori on Crete.

Article

2nd century, male.

Active in Nicomedia.

Sculptor.

Ancient Greek.

Diodotus was the brother of Menodotus, with whom he may have made a statue of Hercules still standing in Rome in the 16th century, and a statue of Mercury at Gaeta.

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Greek, 15th – 16th century, male.

Active at the end of the 15th and at the beginning of the 16th century.

Born c. 1440; died after 1503.

Painter.

Although of Greek origin, Dionysius painted mostly in Russia, in the company of his sons Theodosi and Vladimir. They worked together to paint frescoes at the Cathedral of the Dormition of the Virgin in the Ferapontov Monastry at Vologda in ...

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Greek, 16th century, male.

Active in Venicec.1550.

Painter.

The iconostatis of St George of the Greeks in Venice is composed of several paintings by this artist, including a Last Supper.