Victor Victori

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Beethoven's 10th Symphony, 2004 Oil On Panel 10 Ft X 20 Ft
Circle of Life, 2005 Oil On Panel 10 Ft X 20 Ft
Girl with Sunglasses, 1988 Oil On Canvas 20" X 24"
Three Drunk Women, 1988 Oil On Panel 20" X 24" © 2000
Moses, 1986 Oil On Canvas 36" X 48" © 2000
The New Yorker, 1997 Oil On Linen 20" X 24" © 2000
Statue of Liberty, 2009 Oil On Canvas 4 Ft X 7 Ft © 2011
Statue of Liberty, Original, 1986 Oil On Linen 36" X 36" © 2000
The Conductor, 1992 Oil On Canvas 24" X 30" © 2000
Beethoven, 1986 Oil On Linen 16" X 20" © 2000
Quick Facts
Seoul, South Korea
Birth year
Lives in
New Jersey
Works in
New Jersey
Multiplism realism, surrealism, modern, figurative, sculpture

Humans are unpredictable by nature, often displaying facades divergent from their true and dynamic disposition. However, the truth is an amalgam of multiple moods and mindsets that are essentially impossible to express at one time. Multiplism, a style I began shaping in the 1970s, captures that truth and depicts subjects' changing emotions, shifts in personality, and life-long transformations. No single person can be explained by a snapshot of their life because every life is an elaborate story - a series of emotionally different experiences. Multiplism paints this story: the complex motion of life and the reasons we are human.

Having gone by multiple variations of my name since birth, I am now known as Victor Victori. Art has been my passion since early childhood and my professional career since my teenage years. Working as a portrait artist and muralist has allowed me to support a family of five children - now fully grown, however Multiplism is the brainchild I have been raising for more than four decades. It is my way of painting the truth, the way I view the world, and the way in which I think the world should be viewed.

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