The Greek sale, at Bonhams
Seminal Greek artists of the ‘Thirties Generation’ go under the hammer
Art historian N Loizidi said that: "Engonopoulos gave us one version of surrealism, universal, but at the same time deeply rooted to Greekness," in the book Surrealism in Modern Greek Art.
Another Greek artist of the 'Thirties Generation' Yiannis Moralis - famous for mastering geometric abstraction - will have two of his works for sale. The Greek Sale, which offers works from up to the present day, also features The Dance of the Muses by the father of Greek 19th century painting, Nicholaos Gysis.
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