Robert Andriulli


Thunderhead off Sanibel Island, 2008
Oil on linen, 50 x 50",
$5800





Shell Beach, Morning Glow, 2009
Oil on linen, 32 x 32",
Private Collection





Emerging Cloud, 2009
Oil on linen, 28 x 28",
Private Collection





River Valley with Swirling Clouds, 2002-09
Oil on linen, 25 1/2 x 30",
$2200





Clouded Sky with Branch, 2008
Oil on linen, 50 x 50",
Private Collection





Sedona Rock Formation (Arizona), 2006
Oil on linen, 22 x 22"
Private Collection





Monument (Utah), 2006
Oil on canvas, 15 3/4 x 12"
Private Collection





Mast Landing Point, 2006
Oil on paper, 16 x 16" (image size)
$850





July Afternoon/Rangely Maine, 2005
Oil on paper, 12 x 12" (images size)
Private Collection





Shell Beach, Billowing Clouds [Florida], 2006
Oil on linen, 16 x 12"
Private Collection





Buttonwood Grove, 2004
Oil on linen, 16 x 24"
Private Collection





Row of Birches, 2005
Oil on paper, 13 x 17 1/2"
Private Collection





Pond with Egyptian Lotus, 2006
Oil on paper, 14 x 14"
Private Collection





Garden Pond, 2006
Oil on paper, 14 1/2 x 14 1/2"
Private Collection





Haley Pond, Violet Reflection, 2005
Oil on linen, 22 x 22"
PrivateCollection





Susquehanna Valley, Coming of Autumn, 2006
Oil on linen, 22 x 22"
Private Collection





Shell Beach (Sanibel Island, FL) 2006
Oil on linen, 18 x 18"
Private Collection





Toward Peninsula Point, Clouded Sky, 2005
Oil on linen, 24 x 30"
Private Collection





Clouded Inlet, 2002
Oil on paper, matted, 13 x 12 3/4" image
Private Collection





Cloudburst over Casco Bay, 2004
Oil on paper, matted, 16 1/2 x 17 1/2" image
$850 unframed





Rangeley Mountain Ridge, Clouded Sky, 2004
Oil on paper, matted, 13 1/2 x 12 3/4" image
Private Collection





Island Treetops, 2002
Oil on paper, matted, 17 x 18" image
$900 unframed





The Branch, 2002
Oil on paper, matted, 16 x 16" image
Private Collection




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Reviews


Regarding the artist’s first solo show at Steven Scott Gallery, Baltimore Alternative editor and critic Rawley Grau writes in June 1994:

“Robert Andriulli’s landscapes betray a vision of mysterious, fateful forces that seem informed more by dream than by the light of day. This is most clearly evident in a series...that feature enormous, impossible cloud formations. In Autumnal (1992), a huge cloud-ball fills the center of the canvas, catching the pink light of morning as it floats over the peaceful farmland of a Western Pennsylvania mountainside....Majestic and indifferent, it could be an image of divinity or doom....The meteorological battle between light and darkness, energy and matter, space and weight unfolds before us like the conversation of the Olympians.”

“Andriulli’s fine skill in rendering the quality of light is used to interesting effect...in a series featuring boulders on the coast of Maine where the morning light makes the rocks look almost bloody, and in Suburb, the most visually complex work in the show. Here houses with neat lawns nestle in the shadow of a mountain, the congested industrial city visible in the distance across a river. The suburb seems at once protected and exposed.”