Cinyras, King and Hierophant

Athena Charalambides, 21st century,

Printed on Fabriano paper and numbered (AP 10/10) in 2005, with cover and slipcase, the in folio book in sheets Cinyras, King and Hierophant is an artistic dialogue between 12 poems by Athena Charalambidou and 12 colour lithographs by Andreas Charalambides, in a bilingual edition (Greek and English). Each copy is signed by the author and the printmaker and at the lower margin of each lithograph the printmaker’s stamp (AX) is embossed. Each poem is accompanied by a lithograph. The book contains poems about Cinyras, a mythical king, founder of Paphos, with decorated initials and page numbers.

Athena Charalambides (19?? – ) author, Andreas
Charalambides (1939 – ) printmaker,
Cinyras, King and Hierophant – Artigraf (Athens)
Publisher – 2005 – 108/120 – Limited (120 copies)
bilingual edition (Greek & English)
12 full-page colour lithographs (40 cm x 29 cm)
sheet 48 cm x 35 cm
Ιn folio book in sheets, in a soft cover (48 cm x 36 cm)
unnumbered pages
Greek-English-Cypriot school
No 1139 – Acquisition 2011
Title page (in Greek)
First poem (in Greek)
First lithograph: The Muse
Fifth lithograph: Cinyras

  • Athena Charalambides
  • 21st century
  • 21st Century