Maria Filopoulou

Biography Selected works

Biography

Born in Athens in 1964, she commenced her artistic journey by pursuing a degree in painting at the École National Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, studying under the guidance of Leonardo Cremonini from 1984 to 1988. Subsequently, she furthered her education through post-graduate studies at the same institution, supported by a scholarship from the French Government from 1988 to 1989, focusing on lithography under the tutelage of Αbraham Hadad. Her artistic contributions have earned her a place in various esteemed collections, including the National Gallery, the Greek Parliament, the Hellenic National Gallery, the Goulandris Museum Collection, the AGET Heraklis Group of Companies Collection, the Frissiras Museum, the Kouvoutsakis Pinakotheque, the Sotiris Felios Collection, and the Antony and Azias Hatzioannou Collection. Additionally, her works grace private museums and collections both in Greece and internationally.

Selected works

MARIA FILOPOULOU (1964 - ) - SWIMMERS

TITLE: SWIMMERS 
MEDIUM: SILKSCREEN (E.A.)
DIMENSIONS: 62X110 CM.
INFORMATION: SIGNED BELOW

MARIA FILOPOULOU - SWIMMERS

SWIMMERS
OIL ON CANVAS
90X120 CM
SIGNED AND DATED (2024) RIGHT BELOW

MARIA FILOPOULOU - SWIMMERS (1964 - )

SWIMMERS
SILKSCREEN (E.A.)
60Χ95 CM.
SIGNED BELOW