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Augusta Stylianou

Augusta Stylianou

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Augusta Stylianou was born in Cyprus, the island of the goddess Aphrodite, in a beautiful sea-side town called Limassol. From a young age she enjoyed Geography and took interest in the customs and traditions of cultures. She wanted to find out, as was possible, about the entire world as well as the way in which it was created. She studied Political Sciences and Public Administration at the university of Athens, regardless of the fact that these fields of study did not reflect her true interests.
During her student life she would make handicrafts, including jewellery, in the spare time that she had. This brought her closer to the arts and from then on her aim was to become an artist.
The opportunity to pursue this goal was presented to her several years later when she attended art lessons for three years at the Public Art Institution of Cyprus. Her love of nature and her spirit of exploration led her to discover the pebbles of the sea and the small world which lay within them. Her signature theme is the creation of the universe and its mysteries.
She was fortunate to study Greek philosophy as a module of her political sciences course at university. Her knowledge of Greek philosophy, astronomy and astrology helped her to create these works of art.
Her latest inspiration uses astrology and astronomy in combination with the pebbles of the sea.
By creating their own personal chart, people are given the ability to take a deeper interest in themselves as well as in the world of the universe which surrounds them.
Augusta has taken part in numerous art exhibitions, alone as well as with other artists. Nevertheless, she believes that the internet is by far the best means by which to display her work since she considers it to have infinite possibilities; as infinite as is the theme of her work.

1998: Common Exhibition of Governmental Institute.

2000: Common Exhibition of Governmental Institute.

2001: Common Exhibition of self-instructive painters in the Cultural Centre of Bank Cyprus in Limassol.

2003: Common Exhibition of self-instructive painters in the Famagusta gate Culture Center in Nicosia.

2004: Common Exhibition of self-instructive painters in the Cultural Centre of Bank Cyprus Limassol.

2005: First individual Exhibition in the hotel Hilton in Nicosia.

2006: Common Exhibition in the Commercial and Industrial Chamber in Nicosia.

2006: Common Exhibition in the Municipal Art gallery of Municipality in Limassol

2008: Second individual in the Cultural Centre of Municipality in Yermasoyia.

2008: Common Exhibition in the Cultural Centre of Municipality in Yermasoyia.

2014: Group Exhibition in the House of Art and Letters in Limassol




Presentation of the artist in the magazine of Limassol Vivendi

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A winter landscape with figures skating by Workshop of Jacob Grimmer

 

Townscape with Skaters on a Frozen River by Jacob Grimmer

 

Entrance to a village with peasants carousing by Jacob Grimmer

 

A Portrait of Mme M. Lynen standing three quarter length wearing a black velvet dress by Joseph van Lerius

 

Portrait of a Young Woman by Joseph van Lerius

 

Young Girl from Rattvik in Dalarna. Sweden by Joseph van Lerius

 

A gentleman on horseback with a subsidiary study of the horse's head by Theodore Gericault

 

The Death of Lucretia by Theodore Gericault

 

The Water Carrier by Theodore Gericault

 

Cupid disarmed by Venus by Theodore Gericault

 

Horses Fighting in a Stable by Theodore Gericault

 

Episode De La Guerre Des Titans by Theodore Gericault

 

Seven Studies for Leda and the Swan by Theodore Gericault

 

Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist by Michele Tosini

 

Portrait of a young boy bust length facing left dressed in a maroon doublet and cap by Michele Tosini

 

Portrait of Girolamo Benivieni by Attributed to Ridolfo Ghirlandaio

 

Portrait of a Lady with a Rabbit by Ridolfo Ghirlandaio

 

Portrait of Piero Soderini half length wearing a black coat and a black hat by Ridolfo Ghirlandaio

 

The Holy Family with the Annunciation to the Shepherds beyond by Ridolfo Ghirlandaio

 

A Man smoking a Narghile by Victor Eeckhout

 

The Musicians of Tangiers by Victor Eeckhout

 

On the Terrace. The Botanic Gardens. Malines by Rik Wouters

 

La Maison Haute by Rik Wouters

 

The Madonna and Child with the Infant Saint John the Baptist by Andrea del Brescianino

 

Madonna and Child in a Landscape with the infant St John the Baptist by Andrea del Brescianino

 

Madonna and Child with the infant Saint John the Baptist by Andrea del Brescianino

 

Leda and the Swan by Andrea del Brescianino

 

View of the Little Alster by Adolph Friedrich Vollmer

 

The Elbe at Blankenese by Adolph Friedrich Vollmer

 

A Street Celebration in Cairo by Ludwig Deutsch

 

Farmhouse by Hendrik Jan August Leys

 

Archery Feast in Antwerp in the 16th Century by Hendrik Jan August Leys

 

Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor by Hendrik Jan August Leys

 

Stone brokers at work by Friedrich von Keller

 

A ministrel with a wine glass in a tavern by Friedrich von Keller

 

A vagrant ministrel in a tavern by Friedrich von Keller

 

The Gamblers by Jean Baptiste Madou

 

Fantastic river landscape with ruins a castle and figures conversing in the foreground by Lodewijk Toeput

 

The Flight into Egypt by Lodewijk Toeput

 

The unfortunate cat by Charles Verlat

 

Standing calf by Thomas Ludwig Herbst

 

Portrait of Gottlieb Christian Heigelen as a Hunter by Philipp Friedrich von Hetsch

 

Portrait of a married Couple by Gabriel Zehender

 

The Troubled family idylle in the nursery by Johann Eleazar Zeissig

 

Savoyard boy with bagpipes by Reinhard Sebastian Zimmermann

 

Occupation of a Palace by French Soldiers by Reinhard Sebastian Zimmermann

 

A Good Drop by Reinhard Sebastian Zimmermann

 

Departure for fishing by Reinhard Sebastian Zimmermann