Sotiris René Sidiropoulos

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Sotiris René Sidiropoulos (born in 1977 in Paris) is a French painter and sculptor.


His father, iconographe, sculptor, Doctor of philosophy and former student of Philopoemen Constantinidi or Caracosta and Costas Valsamis, inculcates to him the rudiments of the profession of iconographe and sculptor.

Their first family workshop of iconography and sculpture was created in 1848 in Cappadocia.

In his youth, he was the student of the painters Philopoemen Constantinidi and Zoe Valsamis.

He was the student also of the sculptor Costas Valsamis, (alumnus of Ossip Zadkine). He studied the works of Pablo Picasso which are an inexhaustible source of artistic inspiration. He studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris.



  • Dictionnaire de Cotation des Artistes 2009 du XVe siècle à nos jours, Larousse Diffusion, Les Éditions REMMAX, page 559, ISBN 978-2-9524215-3-9.
  • Dictionnaire de Cotation des Artistes 2010 du XVe siècle à nos jours, Larousse Diffusion, Édité par la sarl Guid'Arts, ISBN 978-2-9524215-4-6.
  • Poem for the artist written by the poet Gaston Berry in the collection of poems, Les Carillons du Soir, page 47.

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