oil paints and printed paper on cloth and wood
111.5 x 111.5 cm
“…six thousand Greeks spread all together in one night outside the walls of Missolonghi. A light rain sprinkled the earth as they made their sortie, and many of them cried: even the Almighty weeps for us tonight”.
* Excerpt from the apology of Judge Georgios Tertsetis, when he was tried along with President Anastasios Polyzoidis at the Criminal Court of Nafplio on September 27th 1834, because the previous May they both refused to agree to the condemnation and execution of Theodoros Kolokotronis and Dimitrios Plapoutas.