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Kimon Loghi

Serres, The Ottoman Empire, 1871 - Bucharest, Romania, 1952

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Kimon Loghi (b. 1873 in Serres, The Ottoman Empire – d. 1952 in Bucharest, Romania) was a Macedonian-Romanian painter. Loghi was highly active on the Romanian art scene of the late 19th century, by both exhibiting works and engaging in the artistic debates of the time. A student of Theodor Aman in Bucharest, Loghi began to develop his own distinctive style in Munich, where he continued his studies under the highly acclaimed Greek painter Nikolaos Gyzis and German artist Franz Stuck, known for the mythological motifs of his works. Kimon Loghi’s works are part of both public and private collections, in Romania and abroad, including The National Museum of Art of Romania, The Peles National Museum, The Art Museum of Constanta, and Cotroceni National Museum.



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