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Andreas Ritzos (Greek: Ανδρέας Ρίτζος 1421-1492) also known as (Rico, Ricio, Rizo). He was a Greek icon painter, from Crete. Ritzos is considered one of the founding fathers of the Cretan School. He was affiliated with Angelos Akotantos. Most of his work stylistically follows the traditional maniera greca. His children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were also painters. He was one of the most influential painters of the Cretan School along with Andreas Pavias and Angelos Akotantos. He influenced the works of Georgios Klontzas, Nikolaos Tzafouris, Theophanes the Cretan, Michael Damaskinos and El Greco. According to the Institute for Neohellenic Research, sixty of his paintings have survived.

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  • Andreas Ritzos (* 1421 in Iraklio; † 1492; auch Andreas Ritsos) war ein griechischer Ikonenmaler.
  • Andreas Ritzos (Greek: Ανδρέας Ρίτζος 1421-1492) also known as (Rico, Ricio, Rizo). He was a Greek icon painter, from Crete. Ritzos is considered one of the founding fathers of the Cretan School. He was affiliated with Angelos Akotantos. Most of his work stylistically follows the traditional maniera greca. His children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were also painters. He was one of the most influential painters of the Cretan School along with Andreas Pavias and Angelos Akotantos. He influenced the works of Georgios Klontzas, Nikolaos Tzafouris, Theophanes the Cretan, Michael Damaskinos and El Greco. According to the Institute for Neohellenic Research, sixty of his paintings have survived.
  • Andrea Rizo, o Andreas Ritzos (Candia, 1422 circa – Candia, 1498 circa), è stato un pittore greco.
  • Андреос Рицос (греч. Ανδρέας Ρίτζος), итальянизированное имя Андреа Рицо да Кандиа (итал. Andrea Rizo da Candia) (ок. 1421, Ираклион — после 1492) — греко-венецианский художник-иконописец.
  • Andreas Ritzos (Ανδρέας Ρίτζος),​​ Andreas Ritsos,​ Andrés Ritzos​ o Andrea Rizo da Candía​ (Heraklion, 1421 - 1492), fue un pintor cretense de iconos. Es uno de los más importantes componentes de la escuela cretense, dentro del periodo de la pintura bizantina contemporáneo a la toma de Constantinopla por los turcos. Su hijo Nikolaos Ritzos (1446-1503), que aprendió en su taller, también fue un destacado pintor de iconos, llevando el nombre de su abuelo. Tuvo otro hijo llamado Tomás.
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