Vincent Giarrano (b.1960) Part 1

by Matthew Innis |

Connecticut artist Vincent Giarrano derives most of his inspiration from a small, six square-mile area of America’s east coast (some could argue that it really centers on ⅟₁₀ᵗʰ of a square-mile), but his regular collectors hail from regions from all across America, and as far away as Europe.  This past year, demand for his paintings…

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