Robert Andriulli

Robert Andriulli died on June 6, 2023, in Millersville, Pennsylvania.

Robert Andriulli

(The following was provided by the Lancaster Online on June 11, 2023)

Robert Andriulli, 75, of Millersville, PA, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones on June 6, 2023. Born in Paterson, NJ, son of the late Cosmo and Mary Andriulli.

Bob served his country as a sergeant in the United States Air Force from 1966-1972 and was honorably discharged before starting his life and career in the arts.

Bob retired from professor of art at Millersville University in Millersville, PA, and formerly taught at Bowdoin College in Maine, Seton Hall University in New Jersey, and at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania.

Bob was a regionally and nationally known landscape and cityscape artist currently showing at local Red Raven Art Company of Lancaster, PA, and Steven Scott Gallery of Baltimore, MD. He also has an extensive exhibition record over the past thirty years, which includes numerous shows in Maine, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

Bob is survived by his life companion, Marilu Sieber, her daughter and son-in-law Kristina & Tony Page. Siblings Ronald Andriulli (wife Sandy), Joseph Andriulli (partner Jonnie), Rita Hibo (husband Henry) and Gloria Parker (husband Mike).

3 Comments Robert Andriulli

  1. Terry Holness

    I am an artist (self taught) and although I had not known of Robert until I found his amazing art on line, I am saddened to learn of his passing. I somehow feel a connection to him as I share and truly appreciate his artistic style and the special gifts he had. I wish I could have met him in person. I will hope to meet him in the next life.

  2. Toby Atlas

    I’m saddened to learn of the death of Bob Andriulli. He was a very fine painter and friend. We first met at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts many years ago. He was a great teacher and very funny fellow.

  3. Valerie Fay

    Bob Andriulli was my painting professor at Millersville University, class of 2005. He inspired me and many others with both his teaching and artwork. Sorry to hear he’s no longer with us. He will live on in our hearts and memories.


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