Antonis Chaliakopoulos

Antonis Chaliakopoulos
Antonis is an archaeologist with a passion for museums and heritage and a keen interest in aesthetics and the reception of classical art. He holds an MSc in Museum Studies from the University of Glasgow and a BA in History and Archaeology from the University of Athens (NKUA). Antonis is a senior staff member at TheCollector, managing the Archaeology and Ancient History department. In his spare time, he publishes articles on his specialty.

Polygnotus: The Greek Painter Of Ethos

  “Zeuxis compared with Polygnotus. The latter was a fine portrayer of ethos (agathos ethografos), but there is no ethos in Zeuxis's painting.” - Aristotle,...

Zeuxis: The Ancient Greek Painter & Master of Still Life

  Zeuxis (or Zeuxippus) was a Greek painter of the fifth century BCE. He was born in Heracleia of Pontus but lived in Athens where...

Apelles: Antiquity’s Greatest Painter

“But it was Apelles who surpassed all the other painters who either preceded or succeeded him. Single-handed, he contributed more to painting than...