An oil painting by Andreas Kodros called "Seascape." The bottom half of the painting is the sea, which is darker blues at the bottom and gets lighter towards the middle of the painting. The sea has some waves and some have white tips on the waves. The sky is a brighter blue at the top and it gets lighter as it moves towards the middle of the painting. The sky has a lot of white clouds and at the middle of the painting it is mostly white.
Dr.Andreas Kodros was born in Athienou, Cyprus and earned his medical degree at the University of Athens School of Medicine in 1952. He finished his residency in Otolaryngolgy at the University of Illinois and then went on to practice medicine at the Weiss Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital, and the Children's Memorial Hospital until 1987. Dr.Kodros also studied art at the Pancyprian Gymnnasium in Nicosia, Cyprus. He mostly uses oils but also works with watercolors, acrylics, and airbrush. His art has been on exhibt at many places in Cyprus and the United States. He passed away in 2002 and his wife a year later.
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Painting, 1993, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/8877. Accessed 08/05/21.