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Angelos Akotantos (Greek: Άγγελος Ακοτάντος) was a Greek painter, educator, and protopsaltis. He painted in the Byzantine style or maniera greca. He represented the transition from the Byzantine style of painting to the more refined Cretan School. Angelos's students were Andreas Pavias, Andreas Ritzos, Antonios Papadopoulos, and Nikolaos Tzafouris. He influenced the future artists of the Cretan School, namely Georgios Klontzas, Theophanes the Cretan, Michael Damaskinos and El Greco. Angelos's brother Ioannis Akotantos was also a famous painter. There are 50 paintings all over the world by Akotantos. Thirty are signed and twenty have been reliably attributed to the artist.

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  • Angelos Akotantos (Greek: Άγγελος Ακοτάντος) was a Greek painter, educator, and protopsaltis. He painted in the Byzantine style or maniera greca. He represented the transition from the Byzantine style of painting to the more refined Cretan School. Angelos's students were Andreas Pavias, Andreas Ritzos, Antonios Papadopoulos, and Nikolaos Tzafouris. He influenced the future artists of the Cretan School, namely Georgios Klontzas, Theophanes the Cretan, Michael Damaskinos and El Greco. Angelos's brother Ioannis Akotantos was also a famous painter. There are 50 paintings all over the world by Akotantos. Thirty are signed and twenty have been reliably attributed to the artist.
  • Ο Άγγελος Ακοτάντος ήταν Κρητικός αγιογράφος του 15ου αιώνα που ζούσε και εργαζόταν στην πόλη του βενετοκρατούμενου Χάνδακα (σημερινό Ηράκλειο). Ο Άγγελος Ακοτάντος αποτελεί σημαντικό μέλος της Κρητικής Σχολής.
  • Angelos Akotantos (in greco Άγγελος Ακοτάντος; ... – Candia, 1450) è stato un pittore greco e agiografo.
  • Angelos Akotantos (en grafía griega Άγγελος Ακοτάντος) fue hagiógrafo y pintor bizantino del siglo XV, activo en Heraklion (Creta), por entonces perteneciente a la Serenísima República de Venecia. Fue el primero en firmar sus iconos con su nombre ("Χειρ Αγγέλου" -"por la mano de Angelos"-).​ Se le considera el más importante de los pintores bizantinos de su época, cuando Constantinopla, el centro político del decadente Imperio, asediada por los turcos (cayó en 1453), cedió su posición como centro artístico.​
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