Art Gallery of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation

  • Location

    Plateia Archiepiskopou Kyprianou, (within the Archbishopric)

  • Tickets

    Adults €4,00 / Students €2,00

  • Opening Times

    Temporarily closed for restoration

  • Phone

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The Cultural Centre of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation boasts four distinct art galleries, each showcasing a remarkable collection of art representing various periods of Western-European history. Spanning from the Renaissance to modern times, the galleries proudly display masterpieces from renowned artists alongside Greek and Cypriot treasures.

The first gallery hosts a fascinating array of artworks by notable western European painters such as Nicolas Poussin and Eugene Delacroix, among others. Moving on, the second gallery focuses on a unique compilation of 18th and 19th-century paintings, engravings, and maps, all centered around themes related to the significant 1821 Greek War of Independence.

Stepping into the third gallery, visitors can immerse themselves in the creative brilliance of Greek artists from the 19th and 20th centuries. The walls proudly bear the fruits of their artistic endeavors, offering a compelling glimpse into their cultural and historical context. Finally, in the fourth gallery, the spotlight falls on the representative works of 20th-century Cypriot artists, celebrating their unique contributions to the art world. Together, these galleries create a tapestry of artistic excellence, bridging the gap between different cultures and epochs.

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