Biography

Pavlos Angelos Kougioumtzis is a Greek Sculptor, Painter and Architect. He was born in Drama, Macedonia, Greece. He lives and works in Athens and Delphi.

His studies include Architecture, Sculpture and Painting at the University of Oregon, U.S.A. as a Fulbright scholar and Architecture at Metsovion Polytechnic School of Athens.

He is member of the Technical Chamber of Greece and the Fine Arts Chamber of Greece.

Pavlos-Angelos Kougioumtzis

 

Some of his sculpture works are:

    • «Alexander», prizes of the International Film Festival of Thessaloniki
    • «Alexander the Great», bronze, 1.30 m., Cultural Center of National Bank, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1993 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Prometheus», bronze, 3.00 m., Delphi, Greece, 1994 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Socrates», bronze, 2.10 m., Biblioteca Nacional, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1995 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike», bronze, 3.00 m., International Olympic Academy, Olympia, Greece, 1995 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Sibilla Delfica», bronze, 2.00 m., Angelos Sikelianos Museum, Delphi, Greece, 1996 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike», bronze, 3.50 m., Atlanta, U.S.A., 1996 (Google Maps - Link1 - Link2)
    • «Aphrodite», marble, 1.20 m., Lalaounis Museum, Athens, Greece, 1999 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Spyros Louis», Olympic Marathon Champion, bronze, 3.50 m., Sydney, Australia, 2000 (Google Maps - Link1 - Link2)
    • «Prometheus», bronze, 5.00 m., Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt, 2002 (Google Maps - Link1 - Link2 - Link3)
    • «Two basketball players», bronze, 3.50 m., Olympic Stadium, Athens, Greece, 2004 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «The Earth Cube», stainless steel, 10.00 m., HELEXPO, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2006 (Google Maps - Link1 - Link2)
    • «Maria Callas», bronze, 2.20 m., Papagou, Athens, Greece, 2007 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike», bronze, 4.00 m., Beijing, China, 2008 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Prometheus», bronze, 4.00 m., Magdi Yacoub Institute, London, U.K., 2008 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike», bronze, 4.00 m., Vancouver B.C., Canada, 2010 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Prometheus», bronze, 4.00 m., Elefsis, Greece, 2011 (Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike», bronze, 4.00 m., London, Royal Borough of Greenwich, U.K., 2012(Google Maps - Link1)
    • «Nike of Drama», bronze, 4.00 m., Drama, Greece, 2013(Google Maps - Link1)