British Institute, Limassol – 1951August 2, 2019
Enosis Club, Limassol – 1958October 3, 2019
ENOSIS CLUB, LIMASSOL (16th - 31st of DECEMBER 1956)
According to Haravgi newspaper’s correspondent, Jacob Martides, ‘all the visitors left enchanted’
from the artist's second solo presentation in Limassol.
The exhibition featured 50 of his works, including landscapes, portraits and compositions. Particular attention got the following works: Portraits of villagers, Stelios (son of the artist), Anemones and A Girl Knitting.
In one of his interviews, the artist comments that portraits are of particular interest to him because he believes he has the ability to 'penetrate the depths of a physiognomy'. Lawyer and scholar Mr. Yiangos Eliades inaugurated the exhibition, mentioning, in his speech, that the artist's talent must be recognized beyond the boundaries of the small island of Cyprus.