Colors of Greece: The Art and Archaeology of Georg von Peschke
"Colors of Greece: The Art and Archaeology of Georg von Peschke" is the online representation of an exhibit held at the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College from January to March 2012 and the Rare Book Room in Canaday Library at Bryn Mawr College from March to May 2012. "Colors of Greece" the first museum retrospective of the works of Georg von Peschke.
Exhibit curated by Kostis Kourelis. This site created by Cheryl Klimaszewski and Camilla MacKay; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about this site.
The islands of Skyros (the home of Peschke's wife Faltaina) and Santorini feature frequently in his work.
Peschke rarely took commissions for portraits, but frequently painted his family, friends, and inhabitants of Skyros.
Peschke served as an architect and archaeological illustrator for several American projects in Greece, including Corinth, Isthmia, and Olynthus.
These brochures are from exhibitions in Athens in the 1930s and Vienna in 1935.