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Angeliki

Stringou

Stringou studied social sciences in the United Kingdom (1955-1960); it was also here that she attended fine art and history of art seminars. She worked in social services at institutions in England and Cyprus and in 1966, she immigrated to Athens. She worked at the American Parish School of Athens (ACS), painting systemically at the same time. From 1976 to 1980, Stringou took lessons in painting, also working in the workshop of the artist Th. Stephopoulou. Her subject matter includes human figures, female nudes, still life and, mainly, landscapes. At first her work was influenced by Impressionism; subsequent creations, thanks to her tendencies toward the abstract, have a pronounced expressionist essence.

Cypriot, 1937

Angeliki Stringou, Peacock, 1998, Oil on paper, 65 x 50 cm

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