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A story about true love, friendship and courage, a poem of 10.000 verses written in the Venetian ruled Crete in the early 17th century by Vitsentzos Kornaros. The wonderful poem in the original Cretan dialect has  passed from generation to generation, mouth to mouth  (my great-grand father knew it and recited it by heart) and it is still sung and loved by nowadays Cretans.

A story about true love, friendship and courage, a poem of 10.000 verses written in the Venetian ruled Crete in the early 17th century by Vitsentzos Kornaros. The wonderful poem in the original Cretan dialect has passed from generation to generation, mouth to mouth (my great-grand father knew it and recited it by heart) and it is still sung and loved by nowadays Cretans.

f St Manouil of Sfakia. Another  heroic "Manolis" of Crete, wearing the traditional costume of my island. He is part of the Cretan themes I always like painting. The miniature is painted with egg tempera in small thick rectangular gessoed wooden panel by angelicon

f St Manouil of Sfakia. Another heroic "Manolis" of Crete, wearing the traditional costume of my island. He is part of the Cretan themes I always like painting. The miniature is painted with egg tempera in small thick rectangular gessoed wooden panel by angelicon

A story about true love, friendship and courage, a poem of 10.000 verses written in the Venetian ruled Crete in the early 17th century by Vitsentzos Kornaros. The wonderful poem in the original Cretan dialect has  passed from generation to generation, mouth to mouth  (my great-grand father knew it and recited it by heart) and it is still sung and loved by nowadays Cretans.

A story about true love, friendship and courage, a poem of 10.000 verses written in the Venetian ruled Crete in the early 17th century by Vitsentzos Kornaros. The wonderful poem in the original Cretan dialect has passed from generation to generation, mouth to mouth (my great-grand father knew it and recited it by heart) and it is still sung and loved by nowadays Cretans.

St John the Hermit; a Cretan Saint that lived a life of ascetism and miracles, most of it in a cave in Akrotiri cape of Chania, in Crete near the monastery where he, himself has established and his 98 brothers and fellow ascetics that were living there. No man can ever witness the real beauty of my island, unless he/ she visits this place, the (now abandoned) monastery of Catholiko and His cave, where -as the legend says- 99 pigeons are now living in it. The miniature is painted with egg ...

St John the Hermit; a Cretan Saint that lived a life of ascetism and miracles, most of it in a cave in Akrotiri cape of Chania, in Crete near the monastery where he, himself has established and his 98 brothers and fellow ascetics that were living there. No man can ever witness the real beauty of my island, unless he/ she visits this place, the (now abandoned) monastery of Catholiko and His cave, where -as the legend says- 99 pigeons are now living in it. The miniature is painted with egg ...

Erofili painted with egg-tempera  on wood. A popular genuine Cretan name and a romantic Heroine of a famous Cretan tragedy of 1600

Erofili painted with egg-tempera on wood. A popular genuine Cretan name and a romantic Heroine of a famous Cretan tragedy of 1600

Erokritos and Aretousa  Cretan Renaissance couple by angelicon

Erokritos and Aretousa Cretan Renaissance couple by angelicon

Dancing Cretans in acrylics by Elena

Dancing Cretans in acrylics by Elena

Dedicated Lovers Diptych  Erotokritos and Aretousa - A true love romantic poem written in Venetian Crete by Vintsentzos Kornaros. See more at angelicon

Reserved -Dedicated Lovers Diptych - Erokritos and Aretousa- Painting of Cretan Renaissance Lovers- True love sonnet painting of Crete

Dedicated Lovers Diptych Erotokritos and Aretousa - A true love romantic poem written in Venetian Crete by Vintsentzos Kornaros. See more at angelicon

Erofili, a detail of her portrait- A tragic heroine of a play written around 1600 by Cretan Georgios Chortatzis

Erofili, a detail of her portrait- A tragic heroine of a play written around 1600 by Cretan Georgios Chortatzis

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