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Richard G. Cannuli

Artist

Philadelphia

HQ Phone:  (215) 479-4200

Email: r***@***.edu

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Philadelphia

730 East Elm Street Suite 100

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania,19428

United States

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Employment History

The Villanovan


Angel Outfitters


Madonna & Child 3


Full Professor of Studio Art

Villanova University


Augustinian Press Artist

Augustinians


Affiliations

Center for Spiritual Care

Co-Founder


Spiritual

Board Member


Education

Bachelor

Villanova University


MFA

painting and printmaking

Pratt


Masters

Fine Arts

Pratt Institute


Web References(59 Total References)


www.hopeandlifepress.com

RICHARD G. CANNULI
Fr. RICHARD G. CANNULI, O.S.A. The Reverend Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A., obtained the Bachelor of Fine Arts from Villanova University, Pennsylvania in 1973 and the Master of Fine Arts from the Platt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 1978. He studied iconography under the Russian master-iconographer Vladislav Andrejev and watercolor in Siena, Italy. Cannuli joined the faculty at Villanova University, teaching courses on transparent watercolor, printmaking, oil painting, figure drawing, fabric and iconography. Cannuli is the founder and director of the art gallery of the university and curator of its art collection. Picture Photograph © Richard G. Cannuli Cannuli was appointed full professor of fine arts in 2000. He chaired the Department of Studio Art, History of Art and Music at Villanova University for 11 years and the Department of Theatre, Studio Art and Music for five years. Besides being a noted iconographer, Cannuli is also a master watercolorist and world-renowned designer of liturgical vestments. He designs and works with stained glass windows, mosaic, fabric and liturgical furniture. Certified in liturgical design by the Chicago Theological Union, Cannuli has consulted for numerous communities on the construction of choir and chapel spaces in Italy and the US. Cannuli has presented exhibits of his icons in Austria, Czech Republic, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Poland, South Africa and the US. He has also presented watercolor exhibits in Belarus, China, Greece, Italy, Russia, Spain and the US. Cannuli has organized, curated and judged various art exhibitions and consulted on determining the symbolism of antique icons together with specialists from Belarus and Russia. Cannuli regularly conducts iconography workshops in the Czech Republic, England, Italy, Poland and the US. Icons of Cannuli have been commissioned by several parish communities and private individuals in Europe and the US. Some major commissions he has written can be found at the chapel of the law school of Villanova University in Pennsylvania, the churches of Divine Mercy and Saint Francis Xavier in Philadelphia, the convent of Saint Augustine in San Gimignano, Italy, and the monastery of the Holy Name of Jesus in Denmark, Wisconsin.


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Rev. Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A.
Richard, an Augustinian friar, and a master watercolorist, has exhibited his work in Italy, China, Belarus, Latvia, Greece and the United States. His watercolors are in numerous private and public collections in Japan, Russia, Spain, Italy, China, South America and the United States. They have appeared as posters and cards. A focus of Fr. Cannuli's creative work for the past fifteen years has been in iconography, in the 15th century Russian Byzantine style, including multiple exhibits, workshops and commissions in Italy and the United States. A world-renowned designer and maker of liturgical vestments for the past thirty-eight years, he is represented in many countries. He designs stained glass windows, mosaics and furniture for churches in Italy and the United States.


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www.hopeandlifepress.com

RICHARD G. CANNULI
By Rev. Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A. Cannuli has offered a great gift to those who know his work. - Cannuli is among the foremost iconographers today. His icons, teaching of future iconographers and deep sense of the history and power of icons in evoking spiritual devotion are qualities that have endeared him to a whole generation of people. Approaching the Divine - A Primer for Iconography is a collection of original icons - transfigurations of beauty and windows to heaven - by the hand of world-renowned American iconographer and Villanova University professor of art, the Reverend Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A. Displaying icons of Christ, the Eternal Father, the Virgin Mary, angels and archangels, festal icons and icons of various saints in more than 100 full color pictures, Cannuli masterfully straddles and unites into one the artistic and spiritual divide between the Western Church and the Eastern Church by writing Catholic icons in the Russian-Byzantine tradition as a bi-ritual priest.


www.hopeandlifepress.com

RICHARD G. CANNULI
By Rev. Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A., and Marcelle Bartolo-Abela


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