Vincent Ciniglio

My interest in the human figure, filtered through imagination and experience, is the subject of my
paintings. They depict the human form in a number of its infinite manifestations. Through the use
of color and dramatic setting I hope to reveal a psychological and emotional reality.
Statement & Resume


January  2011

Sept./Oct. 2009

August  2009

March  2008

February  2006

January  2001

January  2001

November 1999

Vincent Ciniglio, Painting
John Davis Gallery
Hudson, New York

“I’d Like to Teach the World to…Play”
curated by David Gibson
Brooklyn Artillery
114 Troutman St., Brooklyn, NY

The Wassaic Project Summer Festival
Wassaic, NY

The ‘temporary Museum of Painting
 “The Impermanent Collection VI”
curated by Cathy Nan Quinlan
Brooklyn, NY

Hewitt Gallery of Art
Two- person exhibition, curated by Millie Burns
Marymount College
New York, NY

“Figure / Disfigure”
curated by Judith Tolnick-Champa
Fine Arts Center Galleries
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

“Hidden Identity”, group exhibition
Elizabeth Harris  Gallery
New York, NY

Vincent Ciniglio, Recent Paintings
Elizabeth Harris Gallery
New York, NY

Other exhibitions include:

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, (Untitled 14); Gallery 128 Rivington St., New York, NY;
PS 122 Gallery, New York, NY; Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; Artists Space, New York, NY.


Vincent Ciniglio studied at The New York Studio School from 1969 to1972 working with Esteban Vicente, Mercedes Matter, Philip Guston, Nicholas Carone, Charles Cajori, Gretna Campbell.
He continued work at the Columbia University School of the Arts studying with Guston, Leon Goldin, and George McNeil.
He earned an MFA in Painting in 1974.

A short video of Vincent Ciniglio speaking about painting can be seen at: