New Acquisitions of the Averoff Gallery

Sequel to the first catalogue. Presents 40 works by 19th and 20th century Greek artists that were added to the Averoff Museum Collection during the years 1988-1994. The works presented in this book were collected with primary aim to achieve the historical continuity of the collection- up to the period between the two World Wars – and with the parallel […]
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Averoff Art Gallery

The first catalogue of the Museum with the collection’s main corpus of 200 works by Greek artists of the 19th and 20th centuries, contributed by the founder Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza. The catalogue also includes the analysis of Dimitris Papastamos “The idea of Neohellenic painting and the Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza collection at the Metsovo Art Gallery“, color illustrations of all works and artists’ […]
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Georgios Averoff: From Metsovo to Alexandria

Lavishly illustrated book for youths and adults alike, on the life, work and times of Greece’s great benefactor. By Yolanda Hatzi, the prominent author of educational books. 64 pages, 29X24 cm, soft cover, ISBN: 960-7694-07-4, Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza Foundation, 1999.
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Greek Foreign Policy in the Cartoonist’s Pen. Fokionas Dimitriades Satirizes Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza, Minister of Foreign Affairs 1956-1963

200 political cartoons by Fokionas Dimitriades from the period 1956-1963 with explanatory essays that help take the reader back to the events of that time and enjoy the cartoonist’s humor. Prologue by the former President of the Cypriot Republic Georgios Vassileiou. Forwards by Konstantinos Svolopoulos and Evanthis Hatzivassileiou, who explore, respectively, the role of satirical commentary in democracy and the […]
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Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza 1908-1990

Volume dedicated to Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza. Contains 4 units: 1. Early creative endeavors 1908-1945 (Tatiana Averoff-Ioannou), 2. Political work (Evanthis Hatzivassileiou), 3. Literary work (Yannis Papakostas), 4. Evangelos Averoff and Metsovo (Michalis Tritos). Abundant illustrations and documentation, chronology, genealogical tree. SPONSORS: Paris and Katie Kyriakopoulou 198 pages, 29X24 cm, soft cover, ISBN: 960-7694-10-4. Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza Foundation, 2000.
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Evangelos Averoff Collections: Traveling through Time

Lavish catalogue of the homonymous exhibition that assembled art objects spanning the entire breadth of the Evangelos Averoff collections. Contains 10 units with color illustrations and essays by recognized scholars: Ancient Greek art objects (Alikisti Horemi), Early Christian vessels (Barbara Papadopoulou), Byzantine icons (Maria Vassilaki), Coins (Anastassios Tzamalis – Dimitra Tsangari), 19th century Plates with historical scenes, (Maria Lada-Minotou), Bronze vessels […]
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Averoff Museum: Dimitrios Tsamis Bequest

Third volume of artworks in the Averoff Museum Collection: 82 paintings, sculptures, and prints by 20 important Greek artists, representing a half-century (1914-1970) of creative endeavor. Color illustrations, commentary, biographies, printmaking forms and techniques, Essay by Irini Orati. SPONSORS: Baron Mihail Tossizza Foundation, J.F. Costopoulos Foundation. 104 pages, 29X24 cm, soft cover, bilingual (Greek/English), ISBN: 960-794-03-1, Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza Foundation, 1997.
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E. Averoff Gallery, Metsovo: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture

The new complete catalogue of the Museum recently circulated (September 2008). It completes and simultaneously replaces the Foundation’s three previous publications: “Averoff Gallery” (1991), “New Acquisitions” (1994) and “The Dimitrios Tsamis Donation” (1997). The new catalogue includes photographs and documentation of the artworks of the Permanent Collection divided into ten sections-chapters: 1) 19th Century. The Ionian Islands and the Early […]
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Mariza De Castro, With the Averoff Gallery Artists

Books on the Collection
This is an art book that will appeal to young people, as well as to all art lovers, teachers and parents. This book demystifies our encounters with works of art, encouraging each one of us to ‘read’ them based on our own sensitivity. The author has selected 21 paintings by earlier and contemporary painters on permanent display at the Averoff […]
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