Katsavos Dimitrios & Perifanopoulou Despina
They are one of the most popular Greek painters, with lots of artworks and oil paintings on canvas.
Both were born in Veria Northern Greece where they live and work to maintain, continue and spread the Orthodox Byzantine tradition. In their 15-year course have frescoes depict churches (St. Alexander, St. Catherine Syros ...) with icons temples churches (Maroussi, St. Nicholas Sheets - old Byzantine churches of Veria). Special moment of their creation, the narration of the temple of the Holy Monastery of St.. George Chotzeva in Jerusalem.
Their works are and adorn private collections and public spaces such as the Municipal Art Gallery of Cyclades, the Folklore Museum of Kozani, the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, the Greek Embassy in Washington and more. Their concerns and their views on the art of the Orthodox Byzantine iconography (replication, evolution, freedom breeder) exhibited their works in 15 solo exhibitions in Greece (Ermoupoli, Veria, Edessa, Kozani, Kastoria, Demetria Thessaloniki...) and abroad (England, Germany ...) thus establishing a strong personal element but always adapted to the spirit of maintaining the Orthodox Byzantine tradition.
Some of their artworks and oil paintings on canvas can be found at Gallery Diamanti at very affordable prices.