Andreadis painted the people of Cyprus on commission. He created six masterpieces of immense importance for the art of Greece and Cyprus over a year from the end of 2003 – 2004. Painted with love and care, the images of traditional people of Cyprus busy in their chores or work are unrepeatable and historical. Unfortunately one of these paintings was sold to a lover of Cyprus during the exhibition of 2004 but the rest of them are part of our collection of Greek art.



Antonis Andreadis

Making Noodles ( Fides)

signed, oil on canvas, painted 2004

80 x 90 cm

Provenance: The artist 2004

Exhibited: Greeks Cypriot Brotherhood Centre, London

Group Exhibition, November 2004, number 9

The Hellenes, 16th – November – 18th December 2015, number 37, illustrated in colour in the catalogue to the exhibition

Cyprus Freedom and Democracy for All, 5th March – 6th April 2018, number 23, illustrated in colour in the catalogue to the exhibition

Bicentennial Exhibition 2021, pages 197-198, number 79, illustrated in colour in the exhibition catalogue

Literature: Rags or Riches 2013 by Peter Constant, page 453, illustrated in colour