Apelles

[disambiguation] Apelles may signify: See also: {HMS|Apelles|1808|6} ...
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Apelles

(lived 4th century BC) Greek painter, one of the most celebrated of antiquity. No trace of his work, which was praised for its startling realism, now remains. He was court artist to Philip II of Macedon and then to...
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Apelles

early Hellenistic Greek painter whose work was held in such high esteem by ancient writers on art that he continues to be regarded, even though none ... [2 related articles]
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Apelles

[butterfly] Apelles is a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. ...
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Apelles

Apelles (upel'ēz) , fl. 330 B.C., Greek painter, the most celebrated in antiquity but now known only through descriptions of his works. He is thought to have studied under Ephorus of Ephesus and under Pamphilus of Amphipolis at Sicyon. He was court painter to Philip II of Macedon and to Al...
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Apelles

Apelles was the most famous of the painters of ancient Greece and of antiquity. He lived in the fourth century BC, probably at Colophon. Ephorus of Ephesus was his first teacher, but attracted by the renown of the Sicyonian school he went and studied at Sicyon. In the time of Philip he went to Macedonia, and there a close friendship between him and...
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Apelles

Greek painter, one of the most celebrated of antiquity. No trace of his work, which was praised for its startling realism, now remains. He was court artist to Philip II of Macedon and then to Alexander the Great, whose portrait Apelles alone was allowed to paint. Apelles studied in the studio of the Greek painter Pamphilos (fl. c....
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Apelles

[gnostic] Little is known about Apelles (mid-2nd century). He was a disciple of Marcion, probably at Rome, but left (or was expelled from) the Marcionite society. Tertullian tells us that this was because he had become intimate with a woman named Philumena who claimed to be possessed by an angel, who gave her `revelations` which Apelles rea...
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Apelles

Apelles of Kos (z; Ἀπελλῆς; fl. 4th century BC) was a renowned painter of ancient Greece. Pliny the Elder, to whom we owe much of our knowledge of this artist (Naturalis Historia 35.36.79–97 and passim), rated him superior to preceding and subsequent artists. He dated Apelles to the 112th Olympiad (332–329 BC), possibly because he had...
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