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Andreas C Chrysafis Artwork Available for Unique Christmas Gifts

The National Herald

Congregation of Colour by Andreas C Chrysafis is among the artwork available for unique Christmas gifts. (Photo: Courtesy of Andreas C Chrysafis)

NEW YORK – With the holidays only a few weeks away, finding unique gifts is often a challenge, but art is always a wonderful gift idea.

Artist and author Andreas C Chrysafis told TNH via email that his entire collection of paintings is now being reproduced and marketed globally by the U.S. international art company ArtPal as canvas prints, fine paper prints, and on coffee mugs, a wonderful option for Christmas gifts this year.

Chrysafis’ artwork is now available to a wider audience and at affordable prices. The artist noted that “the original artwork remains available to art collectors around the world along with a Certificate of Authenticity.” 

More information is available online: www.artpal.com/chrysafis.

Chrysafis will also be profiled on Hellenic TV in the UK on Friday, November 13 and Sunday, November 15, 7:30 GMT, in a lengthy interview on his artwork, his books, and other public activities.

Chrysafis is a prolific social artist, a published author, a writer of many press articles, and a recognized Saatchi artist. His thought-provoking paintings are sold to collectors worldwide.

He has held a number of solo exhibitions and one of his paintings, Karagiozis, hangs at the prestigious National Cyprus Art-Folk Museum in Nicosia. His painting N’oublie Pas Paris is displayed at the French Embassy Institute in Nicosia.

Chrysafis was born in a small village in Cyprus to Greek parents and began painting at a very young age. At the age of twelve, he moved to the UK where he finished his studies. Credited with a UK Patent, Chrysafis is a thinker, an environmentalist, and an advocate for Human Rights, Equality and Rule of Law.

As a Canadian and a British citizen, he lived most of his adult life in Vancouver, British Columbia, and London as well as Cyprus. Married to Eva, he now spends most of his time living in the UK and his studio in Cyprus, painting and writing novels.