Noted local painter Spyros Alamanos died on Monday at his home on the island of Corfu, at the age of 64.
Alamanos was born on Corfu in 1947, and studied graphic arts at the Athens Technological Institute.
He taught at the Corfu School of Art from 1984 to 1991 and has presented his paintings, engravings and photographs in 13 one-man shows and in a large number of group exhibitions in major Greek cities.
Alamanos first appeared as a painter in 1971, and that same year was awarded first prize for designing the poster for the Thessaloniki International Fair, while he was also a founding member of the Corfu Art Hall.
In 1994 he designed the three medals for the EU summit on Corfu, on behalf of the Municipality of Corfu.