The following biographical information has been provided by Giuliano Agostinetti who knew the artist in Paris from 1971 to 1977:
Vassilis Sperantsas lived in Paris, France from 1971 to 1977 and probably longer. He was an assistent in lithography at the Beaux-Arts Institute, and used to print his lithos in the Color Lavis technique. As he worked on lithographic stones, he was only able to create small editions of 5 to 15 prints because colors would become too weak otherwise.
He was a kind of a "Greek Picasso" very oriented to the classical female figures in delicate and poetic colors.
Bio-photographic note. I remember that his eyes had different colors, one was light blue, the other more toward brown
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