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Ιωάννης Κορνάρος (1745 - 1812)
   
 

Γεννήθηκε στην Κρήτη το 1745 και πέθανε στην Κύπρο μετά το 1812. Δάσκαλός του στη βυζαντινή τέχνη ο Γ. Καστροφύλαξ. Ζωγράφισε τοιχογραφίες, φορητές εικόνες, πολλές από τις οποίες είναι πολυπρόσωπες και έκανε χαρακτικά. Στην τέχνη του δανείστηκε στοιχεία από τη δυτική τέχνη δημιουργώντας μια προσωπική γραφή, που επηρέασε άλλους ομότεχνούς του. Ζωγράφισε στην Κρήτη, στο Σινά και την Κύπρο, όπου καταγράφηκαν πάνω από 40 έργα του.

   
   
Ioannis Kornaros (1745 - 1812)
   
 

The icon painter Ioannis Kornaros lived from 1745 to 1812. Unfortunately not much is known about his life. But from a manuscript of the icon painter Stefanos Nikola´dis (1817 - 1907), we know that Kornaros worked in Crete and Cyprus plus in Sinai and perhaps also in Egypt.

In Crete he started his life as a painter at the Savvathianon monastery outside the village of Rogdia a little west of Iraklion. There he painted an icon by the name of "Megas ei Kyrie" (Great Art Thou, O Lord), a forerunner of the final version, which he later finished in Toplou. The original icon still existed in 1854, where Nikola´dis saw it, although half ruined by moist. Unfortunately it has since been ruined completely. Besides painting in the two monasteries, Kornaros painted in the Agios Matthaios ton Sina´ton church in Iraklion.

In the period 1775 - 1790 we find Kornaros in Sinai, where he both painted his own icons and restored others' plus he contributed to the decoration of the church ceiling in the Agia Aikaterini monastery. Icons from this period also exist in Egypt, but it is uncertain if he has in fact been there himself.

After his stay in Sinai, Kornaros went on to Cyprus, were he among other things painted the "Archangel Michael" in 1795. Today it can be seen in the Byzantine Museum in Athens.

   
   
 
   
   
   
   
 

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