Tsantilis Art

Details: Artist Dimos Braessas / Oil on canvas / Dimensions  48 x 34 cm without a frame, 61,5 x 48,5  cm with a frame / Signed, lower left.

Artist Dimos Braessas (1880-1964) was a Greek Impressionist painter. He studied Painting at the School of Fine Arts, Athens (1903-1909). During that period, the main artistic movement in Greece was the academic style of the Scool of Munich. However, Braessas was interested in and deeply affected by French Impressionism. His interaction with Greek painters, such as Pericles Vyzantios and Nikolas Lytras, was definitive of his artistic evolution. His style is based on simplicity and harmony, visible brush stroke and an emphasis on the accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities. His subject matter consists of mainly landscapes or depictions of everyday life. He held many solo exhibitions in Athens and participated in several prestigious group exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale (1934); the Exposition Internationale, Paris (1937), where he was awarded the Bronze medal, and the Grekisk Konst, Konstakademien, Stockholm (1947). He died in 1964 in Athens.
Dimensions 48 x 34 εκ. cm without a frame, 61,5 x 48,5 cm with a frame

The Church of Saint Demetrios in Thessaloniki- Dimos Braessas

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