submitted by George Poulos on 25.08.2005
My Uncle Theo (my mother Envangalia (Angie's) older brother), lost a leg to infection in his late 20's.
Part of his rehabilitation involved art therapy; although he was a very accomplished artist from a young age.
He painted from memory. Rarely did he paint from nature, or from a photograph or other image.
His memories were "idealistic".
This is Theo's impression - painted in about 2 hours - of the light house at Ayios Nikolaos, in the north of the island, above Plattia Ammos.
To see a photograph of Theo, in 1931, as a 6 year old, alongside his mother, and two sisters, go to:
To see a photograph of Theo, in 1960, at age 35, alongside his brothers and sisters, go to:
To see a photograph of Theo, in later life, in retirement in the North Queensland coastal village of Bargara, see:
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