Achilles Droungas is one of the most famous Greek Artists of the early 20th century. He was born in 1905 in Athens, Greece and quickly established a reputation for his distinctive style of abstract art. His works featured bright, bold shapes and forms with an emphasis on geometric patterning and strong lines. He was known for his use of powerful colors and his ability to bring an emotional depth to his work. His most acclaimed works include the series of paintings titled Pray for Greece, which was created during the Greek Civil War; Tragic Power, a sculpture in marble and bronze; and the portrait series titled Greeks of the Sea.
Achilles Droungas, Greek artist, painting, sculpture, modern art.
— Mei Wang
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