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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Meadow with Animals by Jan van Ravenswaay


The Sacrifice of Isaac by Willem van Mieris


Boy of the Crossfield Family. Possibly Richard Crossfield by John Durand


Susannah or Mary Bontecou by John Durand


A Visit to the Artist's Studio by Gabriel von Max


Isaac Merrit Singer by Edward Harrison May


Independence. Squire Jack Porter by Francis Blackwell Mayer


Portrait of Giuseppe Parini by Giuseppe Pietro Mazzola


Saint Anthony Abbot by Bartolo di Fredi


Pope Gregory kneeling before a painting of the Virgin by Giovanni Lanfranco


Saint Praxedis by Giovanni Lanfranco


The Flaying of Marsyas by Daniel Seiter


Al-Khudayri Street, Cairo by Alberto Pasini


Madonna and Child before a pink granite ledge, an extensive mountainous landscape beyond by Pasqualino Veneto


Shepherd by Teofilo Patini


Song of Silenus by Joseph Noel Paton


Sir Galahad and the Angel by Joseph Noel Paton


The Lady of Shalott by Joseph Noel Paton


A Dream of Latmos by Joseph Noel Paton


Cupid and Psyche by Trophime Bigot


Judith Cutting Off the Head of Holofernes by Trophime Bigot


The Young Cato observing the cruelty of the Dictator Sulla by Giacomo Pavia


A girl, seated three-quarter length, holding a book by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier


A boy, seated three-quarter length, beside a table with cards by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier


Portrait of a Lady by Circle of Francois Gerard


Portrait of Joachim Napoleon Murat, King of Naples and the two Sicilies by Francois Gerard


Lemons on a Branch by Claude Monet


The Mediterranean with a Mistral Wind by Claude Monet


The Three Graces by Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Regnault


Portrait of a Young Lady by Francois Gerard


Erigone by Jacques Antoine Vallin


Allegory of War and Peace by Jan Brueghel the Younger


Madonna and Child with Angels by Hans Rottenhammer


The Madonna At Prayer by Sassoferrato


Holy Family with the Infant St. John the Baptist by Gregorio Pagani


Saint Elizabeth by Franz Xavier Karl Palko


Votive Scene by Franz Xavier Karl Palko


Catherine Augusta Wilmerding by Henry Colton Shumway


Elizabeth I when a Princess by Attributed to William Scrots


Reclining Woman 2 by Egon Schiele


Amphion and Zethus Tying Dirce to a Wild Bull by Diana Scultori


Half Nude to the Left by Gustav Klimt


Portrait of a Man with a spotted Fur Collar by Lucas Cranach the Elder


The Depravity of Manking before the Flood by Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem


Glaucus abducting Syme by Giuseppe Cesari


Bacchus by Simeon Solomon


Icarus by Simeon Solomon


Apres by Edward John Gregory