Framed and matted, black and white artwork on scratchboard. Three women in brush/jungle setting. The middle woman is sitting, the woman on the left holding a jar of some kind, while the woman on the right is holding up sheet. There is a bird in the upper left corner and a snake in the lower left.
This peice was donated by the Artisit, Evangelia Philippidis, and on display in the National Hellenic Museum in 2005.
Evangelia Philippidis was born and raised in Athens, Greece, until the age of 9, when she immigrated to the United States. As a child, she remembers running up the acropolis, and appreciating the artwork. She moved to a small town in Ohio, where she had a very different life. She found the most profound influence on her work in Meteroa, in Central Greece. Here, she encountered the iconic style of art.
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Print, circa 2000 – 2002, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6366. Accessed 10/23/20.