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Michael Aviano (1927)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on January 10, 2014


La Sirena - The Mermaid Of Pearls

La Sirena – The Mermaid Of Pearls

Samson And Delilah

Samson And Delilah

title unknown

title unknown

Sleeping

Sleeping

A Highland Hike Of An Enchentress And Her Enchanter

A Highland Hike Of An Enchentress And Her Enchanter

Epiphany

Epiphany

Heraclitus

Heraclitus

Form And Matter

Form And Matter

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title unknown

Wintertime

Wintertime

In Memory Of The White Rose

In Memory Of The White Rose

Allegory Of The Cave

Allegory Of The Cave

IX XI - In Memoriam

IX XI – In Memoriam

Florida Red Shouldered Hawk

Florida Red Shouldered Hawk

Mermaid And Roses

Mermaid And Roses

Roses And Lisianthus

Roses And Lisianthus

© Michael Aviano

 

4 Responses to “Michael Aviano (1927)”

  1. Bruce said

    It took me a while to figure out the significance of “IX XI – In Memoriam.” This link, which came up when I googled, gave me the clue: http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/news/2011/09/Ultra-Violet.html.

    The artist is referring to 9/11, befitting the twin towers in the painting. Well done.

  2. Don Hyde said

    Looks like a recruitment ad for a Lord Of The Rings sex club.

  3. Beautiful, Michael. You are one of the truly talented painters and teachers of Classical Realism. Maureen and I are honored to know you.

  4. I just love the variety of subjects Michael covers and the beauty of the compositions. A feast for the eyes and a song for the soul.

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