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Nikolaos Tzafouris(Greek: Νικόλαος Ζαφούρης η Τζαφούρης)), also Niccolo, Niccolò, Niccolö, Zafuri, Zafuris, (active 1487 - 1501) was a Greek Renaissance painter. He was one of the founders of the Cretan School. His teacher was Angelos Akotantos. His works influenced Emmanuel Tzanes, Elias Moskos, Georgios Klontzas and Theodoros Poulakis. Tzafouris was one of the most respected artists in Crete. His most notable work is Madre della Consolazione. The painting exhibits a combination of Byzantine and Italian styles. Another notable painter in Crete around the same time was Andreas Pavias. According to the Institute of Neohellenic Research, thirteen paintings are attributed to Tzafouris.

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  • Ο Νικόλαος Τζαφούρης, επίσης γνωστός ως Νικολό, Ζαφούρη ή Ζαφούρης (ενεργός 1487 - 1501), ήταν Έλληνας Αναγεννησιακός ζωγράφος της Κρητικής Σχολής.
  • Nikolaos Tzafouris(Greek: Νικόλαος Ζαφούρης η Τζαφούρης)), also Niccolo, Niccolò, Niccolö, Zafuri, Zafuris, (active 1487 - 1501) was a Greek Renaissance painter. He was one of the founders of the Cretan School. His teacher was Angelos Akotantos. His works influenced Emmanuel Tzanes, Elias Moskos, Georgios Klontzas and Theodoros Poulakis. Tzafouris was one of the most respected artists in Crete. His most notable work is Madre della Consolazione. The painting exhibits a combination of Byzantine and Italian styles. Another notable painter in Crete around the same time was Andreas Pavias. According to the Institute of Neohellenic Research, thirteen paintings are attributed to Tzafouris.
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  • Ο Νικόλαος Τζαφούρης, επίσης γνωστός ως Νικολό, Ζαφούρη ή Ζαφούρης (ενεργός 1487 - 1501), ήταν Έλληνας Αναγεννησιακός ζωγράφος της Κρητικής Σχολής.
  • Nikolaos Tzafouris(Greek: Νικόλαος Ζαφούρης η Τζαφούρης)), also Niccolo, Niccolò, Niccolö, Zafuri, Zafuris, (active 1487 - 1501) was a Greek Renaissance painter. He was one of the founders of the Cretan School. His teacher was Angelos Akotantos. His works influenced Emmanuel Tzanes, Elias Moskos, Georgios Klontzas and Theodoros Poulakis. Tzafouris was one of the most respected artists in Crete. His most notable work is Madre della Consolazione. The painting exhibits a combination of Byzantine and Italian styles. Another notable painter in Crete around the same time was Andreas Pavias. According to the Institute of Neohellenic Research, thirteen paintings are attributed to Tzafouris.
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