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Greek, 18th – 19th century, male.

Born 1768, in Zákinthos; died 1834, at Zákinthos.

Painter. Religious subjects, portraits.

Cantunis was the pupil of Nicolas Cutuzis, and also studied in Venice.

Athens (Ethnikí Pinakothíki)

Zakinthos (MA)

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Greek, 18th century, male.

Painter.

He was a monk and decorated the Convent on Mount Athos.

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Greek, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born in Zakynthos.

Painter.

Nicolas Doxaras was the son and also the pupil of Panagiotis.

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Greek, 17th – 18th century, male.

Born 1662, in Zakynthos; died 1729, on Corfu.

Painter.

Doxaras was the pupil of his fellow Greek, Moschos, before going to settle in Venice, where he learned to work in the style of the great colourists and painted a few portraits. He decorated churches including that of St Spiridon on Corfu....

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German archaeologist and architect. He studied architecture at the Karls-Akademie in Karlsruhe and with David Gilly at the Bauakademie in Berlin. In 1808 he visited Italy. For a short while he worked as a building official in Nuremberg, but only a small number of his designs were executed. In ...

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Greek, 18th – 19th century, male.

Born 1741, in Zakynthos; died 1813, in Zakynthos.

Painter. Religious subjects, portraits.

Kutuzis was a pupil of Panagiotis Doxaras and studied in Venice.

Athens (Ethnikí Pinakothíki)

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Greek, 18th century, male.

Born in Argos.

Painter.

Markos owes his reputation to the frescoes that he painted in the church of Panagia-Phanerumena on the island of Salamina. The work, carried out with his students, was completed in 1735.

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Greek, 18th century, male.

Active probably active during the 18th century.

Painter.

The Vatican Museum owns one of the works by Antonios Pampilopos, a Madonna and Child.

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Mark D. Fullerton

Greek sculptor and writer from South Italy. He is generally regarded as the head of a school producing eclectic, neo-classical statuary related to Neo-Attic decorative reliefs. Virtually everything known about Pasiteles is derived from a few literary references. No signatures of his are extant, although a marble statue of a youth (...

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David Watkin

English architect and archaeologist. Stuart, called ‘Athenian’ in his lifetime, achieved an international reputation as the author, with Nicholas Revett, of the Antiquities of Athens, in four volumes (1762–1816), the first accurate record of Classical Greek architecture. Second in importance only to the writings of Winckelmann in promoting enthusiasm throughout 18th-century Europe for the notion of a Greek ideal, it was these measured drawings and topographical views that were used as a basis for the ...