Joseph Reboli

September 25, 1945 - June 4, 2004 World commented on the mood of solitary contemplation inherent in his subject matter, while a critic for Arts Magazine noted the interplay of manmade and natural forms and his ability to create interesting compositional patterns through the repetition of line, shadow and light. Reboli’s successive exhibitions at Galleries and Museums in Long Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Illinois and, finally, Rhode Island, have continued to receive positive response. Joseph Reboli has been painting on Block Island since the 1970’s. Whether it is the back door of the Narragansett or a stack of rocks from the Mohegan Bluffs, Island homes and hotels along with stretches of grass or beach have remained favorite subject matter over the years. While his interpretations are always realist in nature, emotionally they may fall somewhere between the dramatic, the mysterious and the abstract. It is this, along with Reboli’s mastery of technical skill that make him such a well-known and well-loved artist.

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"Narraganset Window"

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"Beach Path"

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"After the Winter"

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"The Green Truck"

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"Mill Hill"

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"Mitchell Farm"

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"Block Island Landscape"

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