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Angelos (1953)

Angelos perceives reality as a divine creation. For this reason he avoids its alteration. What interests him above all is her beauty and he portrays it in his work.

 

In this case, a perfect technique is required, which will highlight every detail and contribute to its spiritual regeneration. For Angelos the world is a Miracle, which means that it is already a transcendent, spiritual phenomenon.

 

Mainly the sky shocks the painter, while Light as well as Darkness, Day and Night contribute to the emergence of a bipolar world that is both a symbol and a reality.

 

Angelos, beyond any experimentation and mannerisms, overcomes the trap of the Contemporary, remaining in search of the Eternal and in general the Timeless without being bound by standardized prejudices.

Professor Stelios Lydakis, Athens, April 2021

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