Emanuela De Musis

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Emanuela De Musis

United States

Born in Boston, Emanuela De Musis traveled to Italy in 2008 to study drawing in Florence and subsequently enrolled at the Academy of Realist Art Boston. She holds a BFA in Painting from Carnegie Mellon and is a graduate of Walnut Hill School for the Arts.

In 2015, she was listed among Poets and Artists Magazine's 50 Memorable Painters. Her painting, Miss Rachel, was awarded the Gold Medal at the Guild of Boston Artists' Regional Juried Exhibition and in 2016 won First Place in the Portraiture Category of the Art Renewal Center's International Salon Competition. She also placed second in that same category with her painting, Fritter and Waste.

Emanuela teaches Figure Drawing and Painting at the Academy of Realist Art Boston and is a Visiting Lecturer at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She is currently developing a series of paintings and drawings that deals with fertility, pregnancy and motherhood.

She is represented by Williams Fine Art Dealers.

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