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Vincent Amicosante

Born 1952 Hackensack, New Jersey

School of Visual Arts 23rd St. NYC 1970 – 1971

San Francisco Art Institute 1971 – 1972

School of Visual Arts 1973 – 1978

Portfolio review by Marshal Arisman – studied under James McMullan

Freelance illustrator NYC 1976 – 1986

Gallery represented artist 1986 – 2017

Director of the Harmon Gallery, Wellfleet, MA 2004 – 2014

Sole Proprietor of the Harmon Gallery, Wellfleet, MA 2014 – 2017

Publications

Barnstable Patriot – June 15, 2012, Dreamscapes of Italy on view at the Cahoon Museum

by Anne Ierardi

Cape Cod Magazine – Nov./Dec. 2010 Magic Maker by Jaci Conroy 

Cape Arts Review -10th Anniversary Issue, Amicosante Shows in Florence Biennale by Beth Seiser

Provincetown Banner – Arts Entertainment, December 10th, 2009

“To the land of our fathers – Amicosante takes his art to Italy”, by Reva Blau 

Cape Arts Review 2009 “Portrait of an Art Gallery – Harmon Gallery” by Beth Seiser

The Enterprise, Sept.2008 “Ethnic Traditions Color Contemporary Art” by Marlyn J. Rowland

Cape Cod Today.com, November 24, 2007 “Building Bridges”

The Annual Small Works Show at the Harmon Gallery by Diana Woebeke

Cape Arts Review, Vol.VII 2007, “Learning from the Masters” Vincent Amicosante/Daniel Maffia

by Gillian Drake

Cape Cod Life Arts Edition, Spring/Summer 2007 Outer Cape

Vincent Amicosante Magic Realist Painter, by Nicole Maranhas

Cape Arts Review, Vol. VI 2006, “What’s Up in Wellfleet, Tea by Two” by Gillian Drake

Cape Arts Review, Vol.V 2004, “Amore” The Allure of Italy, by Beth Seiser

Cape Cod Times, November 2003 Museums & Galleries

Small – Works Show A Pleasing Package, by Andre Van Der Wende

Provincetown Banner, August 2002, Arts & Entertainment

Amicosante Mixes Nostalgia with Realism, by Ann Wood

Cape Cod Voice, August 2002, “Too Lush for Words” by Ellen LeBow

A Plus, July 2001 Arts Antiques & Design “A Shared Vision” by Beth Seiser

Cape Cod Antiques Arts & Collectibles, May 2001

Vincent Amicosante Creates Extraordinary Out of Ordinary, by Beth Seiser

Nantucket Map & Legend, September 1994 State of the Arts “Geography of the Psyche”

Coast Weekly, July 1994 Monterey Bay Fine Art Festival “Hot Picks”

Yesterday’s Island / Today’s Nantucket, Sept 1992 Gallery Scene “The Surrealism of Amicosante”

Provincetown Magazine 1992 Art Update

Permanent Collections

The Cahoon Museum of American Art – Cotuit, MA

James Dicke II – Ohio