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Angelos Pitzamanos (Greek: Άγγελος Πιτζαμάνος) (1467–1535) was a Greek Renaissance painter. The artists is sometimes referred to as Angelos Bitzamanos. He was born in Crete and migrated to Otranto, Southern Italy where he did most of his work. A contract between Andreas Pavias and Pitzamanos illustrates that Pitzamanos was his apprentice. Angelos was a student of Andreas Pavias for five years (1482-1487). It is evident that his work featured both the Greek style and Italian style of the time. Pitzamanos later became a famous master.

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  • Angelos Pitzamanos (Greek: Άγγελος Πιτζαμάνος) (1467–1535) was a Greek Renaissance painter. The artists is sometimes referred to as Angelos Bitzamanos. He was born in Crete and migrated to Otranto, Southern Italy where he did most of his work. A contract between Andreas Pavias and Pitzamanos illustrates that Pitzamanos was his apprentice. Angelos was a student of Andreas Pavias for five years (1482-1487). It is evident that his work featured both the Greek style and Italian style of the time. Pitzamanos later became a famous master.
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  • Angelos Pitzamanos (Greek: Άγγελος Πιτζαμάνος) (1467–1535) was a Greek Renaissance painter. The artists is sometimes referred to as Angelos Bitzamanos. He was born in Crete and migrated to Otranto, Southern Italy where he did most of his work. A contract between Andreas Pavias and Pitzamanos illustrates that Pitzamanos was his apprentice. Angelos was a student of Andreas Pavias for five years (1482-1487). It is evident that his work featured both the Greek style and Italian style of the time. Pitzamanos later became a famous master.
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