Augusta Stylianou







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 Frozen River Landscape with a Man pushing his Wife along the Ice in a Sledge by Pieter de Bloot


Winter Landscape with a Boy on Skates pushing a Sledge by Salomon van Ruysdael


A Naval Battle between Turks and Christians by Andries van Eertvelt


Coastal Landscape with Dutch Shipping in Choppy Seas by Abraham Willaerts


The Return of the Prodigal Son by Friedrich Brentel


Lot and his Daughters by Master of the Prodigal Son


A Tax Gatherer with his Clerks by Follower of Marinus van Reymerswaele


The Emperor Augustus closing the Doors of the Temple of Janus by Follower of Gerard de Lairesse


The Baptism of Christ by Girolamo da Santacroce


The Wedding at Cana by Denys Calvaert


The Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine, Dominic and the Infant Saint John the Baptist by Denys Calvaert


Portrait of a Venetian Admiral, possibly Francesco Duodo by Titian


The Rest on the Return from Egypt by Paolo Veronese


The Penitent Magdalene by Carlo Dolci


Portrait of a Young Man, Bust-Length, wearing a red Cap and gesturing to the Viewer by Gaetano Gandolfi


Christ of the Mount of Olives by The Master of the Saint Lambrecht Votive Altarpiece


The Nativity by The Master of the Saint Lambrecht Votive Altarpiece


Saint Ursula by Alvise Vivarini


Christ and the Man od Sorrows by Maerten van Heemskerck


Extensive Coastal Landscape with the Calling of Saint Peter by Herri met de Bles


An Alpine Landscape with an Iron Foundry and Blast by Maerten Ryckaert


The Building of the Tabernacle with the Israelites sewing the Curtains by Adriaen van Stalbemt


Portrait of George, Baron Goring by Anthony van Dyck


Dedham Vale with the River Stour in Flood from the Grounds of Old Hall, East Bergholt by John Constable


A Still Life of a Quince, Grapes, Peaches, a Walnut, and Hazelnuts on a Wooden Ledge by Harmen van Steenwijck


Two Bay Hunters in a Paddock by George Stubbs


Study of Highland Blackface Sheep by Edwin Landseer


The Opening of Waterloo Bridge, seen from Whitehall Stairs, London, 19 June 1817 by John Constable


The Coronation of the Virgin by Barthel Bruyn the Elder


The Magdalene, Half-Length, Holding a Jar of Unguent by The Master of the Female Half-lengths


A Shepherdess playing the Flute by Attributed to Giuseppe Maria Crespi


The Adoration of the Christ Child with the Young Saint John the Baptist by Neri di Bicci


Saints George, John the Baptist and Cyriacus by Nicolaus Kentner the Elder


Tobias and the Archangel Raphael by Neri di Bicci


The Ill-Matched Lovers by Vincenzo Campi


The Baptism of Christ by Pedro Machuca


Jupiter and Io by matthaeus gundelach


An Allegory of Love? Twelve Noblewomen seated in a Garden, each holding an Arrow by Attributed to Claude Deruet


Portrait of the Princess of Zanzibar with an African Attendant by Walter Frier


Lysander with Helena and Hermia, from a Midsummer Night's Dream by Henry Fuseli


Garmisch, The Wetterstein Mountains beyond by Heinrich Buerkel


Tempi Lontani by Angelo Morbelli


Caravan at Rest by Giuseppe Gabani


The Derby Reale by Giuseppe Gabani


Le Petit Ramoneur. Damvillers by Jules Bastien-Lepage


Preparing gor the Corrida by Joaquin Agrasot


Marcoussis, Route a Travers les Champs by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot


The Fairy by Gustave Moreau