Michael Prezioso (American, 1963-) works in the medium of painting in oils in the neoclassical style. Prezioso attended The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY - Major Illustration and Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY - Major Design. He has studied with Anna Ishikawa Fashion Institute of Technology, NY, NY, Fernando Freitas of the Academy of Realist Art, Toronto, Canada, David Kassan at The Arts Student League, NY, NY, and with the late John Yerger studying trompe l'oeil. Prezioso is inspired by the old masters.
Prezioso’s artwork has been exhibited in John Yerger “Masterstrokes” exhibit, 2011, The Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo, New York, “The Artist Among Us”, 2012, Meibohm Fine Arts - Trompe l'oeil - Masters of Deception 2014, The R.W. Norton Art Gallery Shreveport, LA 2015, The Appleton Museum of Art Ocala, FL 2015, The Albany Museum of Art Albany, GA 2016 & The Salmangundi Club, NY, NY 2016.
Prezioso is a member of the International Guild of Realism and The Portrait Society of America. His work is represented in both private and corporate collections. Prezioso lives and works in Buffalo, NY.