List of Greek Artists

This is a list of Greek artists from the antiquity to today. Artists have been categorised according to their main artistic profession and according to the major historical period they lived in: The Ancient (until the foundation of the Byzantine Empire), the Byzantine (until the fall of Constantinople in 1453) and the Modern period (1453-today).

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