Polykleitos Regos

(19031984 ) - Artworks
REGOS Polykleitos View Of Delfi

Bonhams /Nov 10, 2009
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Polykleitos Regos - Travelling The Aegean Sea, Samothrace

Polykleitos Regos - Travelling The Aegean Sea, Samothrace

Original 1959
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Polykleitos Regos (Greek, 1903-1984) Travelling the Aegean Sea, Samothrace signed and dated 'POL. REGOS / 1959' (lower left) mixed media on canvas 72 x 69 cm. EXHIBITED: New Jersey, Morristown, Macculloch, Hall Museum, Polykleitos Rengos Paintings , 11-25 September 1959, no 32. Philadelphia, Commercial Museum, Polyclitos Rengos , 11-26 June 1960, no 23. Athens, National Gallery and Alexander Soutzos Museum, Polykleitos Rengos , 1980, no 95.
Polykleitos Regos - The Monastery Of Zografou, Mount Athos

Polykleitos Regos - The Monastery Of Zografou, Mount Athos

Original 1963
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Lot number: 22
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Polykleitos Regos (Greek, 1903-1984) The monastery of Zografou, Mount Athos signed and dated 'POL. REGOS / 1963' (lower left) oil on hardboard 72 x 70 cm. PROVENANCE: Private collection, Serbia. EXHIBITED: Belgrad, Ulusov Pavijon na Kalemegdanu , 29 April - 5 May, 1964, no 19.
Polykleitos Regos - Athos As Viewed From Simonopetra's Main Balcony

Polykleitos Regos - Athos As Viewed From Simonopetra's Main Balcony

Original 1972
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Polykleitos Regos (Greek, 1903-1984) Athos as viewed from Simonopetra's main balcony signed in Greek and dated '72' (lower left) oil and egg tempera on canvas 75 x 101 cm. PROVENANCE: Estate of the artist. EXHIBITED: Boston, Concourse Gallery, 1974. Athens, ORA Gallery, 1974. Thessaloniki, Kochlias Gallery, 1975. Thessaloniki, REPLICS Gallery, 9 December 1991-9 January 1992. Nikiti, Nikiti's Museum, Chalkidiki, Regos , 25 July-17 August 1992, no 31. Chalkidiki, Porto Carras, 19 July-4 August 1997, no 1. LITERATURE: Eleftheri Genia magazine, May 1979, issue 31 (illustrated on the cover page).
Polykleitos Regos - View Of Delfi

Polykleitos Regos - View Of Delfi

Original 1924
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Polykleitos Rengos (1903-1984) View of Delfi signed in Greek and dated '1924' (lower right) oil on cardboard 26 x 20 cm. Footnote: Litetature: M. Stefanidis, Ellinomouseio , Vol. 5, Athens 2009, 2nd edition, p. 52 (illustrated) Exhibited: Athens, the old Municipal Theater, Exhibition of Four artists (P. Regos, S. Vassiliou, S. Kokinos, A. Polykandriotis), 25 March – 25 April 1926. Larissa, Municipal gallery, Y.Katsigras Museum, Polykleitos Regos, 11 December 1998 – 5 February 1999. no 1 (illustrated in the catalogue). Among the first class of students to graduate from the legendary Nikos Lytras studio in 1926, Polykleitos Regos evolved into a prominent figure of Greek landscape painting. His early works reflect the stylistic qualities of his teacher and echo similar approaches by Maleas and Papaloukas, who in 1924, when the 21-year old Regos painted Delphi, had made a bold artistic statement with his Mt. Athos series shown in Thessaloniki. However, as noted by Professor S. Lydakis, "the influence of Lytras in his work is important only in terms of surface texture. Regos is by nature a lyrical and romantic artist, a daydreamer with a genteel attitude." 1 While Delphi demonstrates a bold handling of volumetric form, the artist, nonetheless, lovingly depicts the fine colour gradations that flicker within the luminous atmosphere and charge the pictorial space with a vibrant quality. Regarding his participation in the 1926 "Four Young Artists" show, which included the work offered at auction, the press noted that "Regos' luminous paintings exude the optimism, cheerfulness and carefree attitude of youth." 2 1 . S. Lydakis, Zygos magazine, no. 42, July-August 1980, p. 29 2 . Efimerida Elliniki daily, 27/3/1926
Polykleitos Regos - Kouros In Naxos

Polykleitos Regos - Kouros In Naxos

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Lot No: 65 Polykleitos Regos (Greek, 1903-1984) Kouros in Naxos signed and dated 'POL.REGOS/1964' (lower left) oil on canvas 80 x 100 cm. Estimate: £7,000 - 9,000, €9,000 - 12,000 Place Bid or Track Lot View all items in the Sale Contact the Specialist to discuss this lot or sale Email: Michaela Vergottis or Deborah Cliffe Tel: + 44 (0) 207 468 8314 Contact the Specialist to discuss selling in a futuresale Email: Michaela Vergottis or Deborah Cliffe Tel: + 44 (0) 207 468 8314 To subscribe to or order a Printed Catalogue quote ref:15908 Tel: +44 (0) 1666 502 200 Footnote: Exhibited: Belgrade, Uluson Paviljon na Kalemegdanu, April-May 1964, no34. Born on Naxos and thoroughly familiar with the island’s longhistory and ancient treasures, Regos celebrates the timeless allureof Greek sculpture. 1 ‘Naxos’, he used to say, “is thecradle of Aegean civilization. In 1956, Picasso sent twenty of hispupils to Naxos to study the marble statues at the ArchaeologicalMuseum. 2 This handsome work, which effectively combines vivid colour withbold handling of volumetric form, realist directness with a senseof lyricism and echoes of Byzantine icon painting with stylisticprinciples of modern art, depicts the famous Kouros of Apollonas, acolossal ten-metre statue cut in white Naxian marble in the 7thcentury BC at the northern end of the island. It was probablyintended for Delos but was left half-completed and abandonedwithout ever being detached from its bed. Some archaeologistsbelieve it was meant for the nearby temple of Apollo, but the beardsuggests that it’s probably the island’s patron deity,Dionysus. A prominent figure of Greek art, Regos, developed a highly personalstyle which enriched tradition with the element of exploration. Hisrefreshing and innovative ideas made him an influential member of‘Omas Technis’, a progressive art group which infused the forces ofrenewal in Modern Greek painting with a fresh and vitalimpetus. 1. Sculptural fragments also appear in his Sanctuary ofthe Great Gods [Kabeiroi], Samothraki at the National Gallery,Athens. 2. Interview by M. Papagianni at the Radio Station ofMacedonia, 12.7.1968.
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