Oil Paintings by Vita Di Milano

 While Vita's detailed and bluntly-honest figurative paintings may recall a narrative common to classic art,
the intent imbedded in each of his works far exceeds what could be mistaken as an exercise in technique.
In his compositions the painter expresses his concerns about misconceptions and prejudice
while elaborating on those socio/humanistic perspectives which are often masked by the veils of hypocrasy.


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THE REVOLUTION
46" X 58"


THE ORIGINAL SCENE
36" x 48"

MODERN ART
36" x 46"
CONTEMPORARY ART
40" x 48"
LOVE & COMPANY
48" x 36"
BEFORE THE WALL
48" x 56"


AFTER THE GAMES
15" x 19"

ALBA
12" x 19"



THE
FRAUDULENT LUNCH

72" x 36"

SIGNS OF
INDECENCY

34" x 48"


THE BLOSSOM
20" x 18"

IN ABSENTIA
24" x 34"

THE
LAST FLOWER

10" x 12"











THE RIGHTS
OF NATURE
17" x 14"
CHILDHOOD
MEMORIES
18" x 14"
THE ETERNAL
QUESTION
16" x 13"
THE FRUITS
OF LABOUR
14" x 10"
SWEET
MEMORIES
15" x 18"
THE MOUSE
TRAP
11" x 10"
WAVE AFTER
WAVE
8" x 8"

"Women & Wheels"
A tribute to women's freedom from the dogmas and the doctrines
of religion as imposed by the misogynous man




 
PEACE ON EARTH

27" x 35"



BLESSED
BY FREEDOM

33" x 43"



RESTING *
47" x 67"


LADY
CAMPAGNOLO

19" x 29"


LADY
SHIMANO

19" x 29"


A MOMENT OF
GLORY

35" x 55"


AGAINST
THE WIND

47" x 38"


THE FLAT
41" x 31"


THE
CHALLENGER

36" x 48"


THE
EXPECTATION

35" x 45"


READY TO LEAVE
36" x 29"


FOREVER GONE
33" x 30




Introduction to Women & Wheels
English      Français




* RESTING was the Merit Award Winner at
http://www.artromgallery.com/exhibition_calendar1.htm
go to JuxtaPosition - view exhibition - Merit Award


Exhibit Review
by Phil Godin


Commentary & Analysis
by William John Meegan


Highlights from 2005 Guest Book




"In an ideal world there would only be bicycles, roads
 smooth as silk and the wind always at your back."

Vita 2005



"...there is nothing that has contributed more
to the emancipation of women than the bicycle"

Susan B. Anthony 1896




©Vita 2005






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