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Peter Stilton

 

Peter Stilton

Peter Stilton, a true Renaissance man, is an internationally known artist. He has dabbled in many different subjects and bodies of works in both representational and abstract styles. His Tampa studio embraces him from ceiling to floor with his paintings, antique settees, chairs, tables, carvings, sculptures, toys, oriental rugs, and much more. From his inspiring religious-themed paintings to his whimsical presentations of daily family life, all of Peter’s art work is loved and cherished in many cultures around the world.

In 2000 the Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, MA, purchased one of Peter Stilton’s “Chair” paintings for its permanent collection. In 1998, Peter Stilton was the first American to have a one-man show at the Sorbonne (University of Paris). Later that year, one of his paintings depicting Paris was selected to hang in the office of the Mayor of Paris as part of the permanent collection of the Mayor of Paris in the historic Hotel de Ville.

His paintings and sculptures are in private and corporate collections all over the world…from Tel Aviv to Stockholm, including a commission for the Saudi royal family’s summer palace. Peter has had more than three dozen one-man exhibitions of his work, including four in Paris. He was the subject of a feature story on WUSF radio in 1996, and was selected as an artist in residence for an arts magnet school in Greenville, South Carolina in 1997.

 

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