Daniel Mirante

Daniel Mirante is a painter, scholar and teacher with an interest in symbolism, archetypal psychology. sacred and esoteric art tradition and new forms of art education. He is director and editor-in-chief of Visionary.art

Daniel Mirante (1977 – United Kingdom) is a painter, teacher and scholar. He is director and editor-in-chief of Visionary.art


His work appears in several international collections and is represented by MOVA Gallery (International), Phaneros Gallery (U.S.A), Galerie10 (Austria), and NAIA Museum (France). His work hangs in churches and temples in the UK and South America. He also embraces new venues of creative expression including Miami Block-Chain Center (U.S.A) and leading global culture festivals Burning Man (U.S.A), Rainbow Serpent (Australia) and Boom (Europe).

Daniel Mirante by Clemens Fuchs
Daniel Mirante by Clemens Fuchs


Daniel Mirante completed a Bachelors with Honors Fine Art Degree at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he studied conceptual and installation art. After his degree he developed an interest in the painter’s tradition.

In 2012 Mirante studied mischtechnik in Vienna with Ernst Fuchs (founder of The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism and teacher of two noted artists of psychedelia, Mati Klarwein and Robert Venosa).

Daniel was the master’s last apprentice. Later, he studied with Timea Tallian, a painting restorer and conservator at the Victoria and Albert Museum. This gave him footing in traditional old masters techniques, whilst embracing new technologies as tools of expressing creativity. To additionally supplement his understanding of classical methods, he studied academic sight-size method at the London Atelier of Representational Art.

At the Ernst Fuchs atelier, Palais Palfy, Vienna, assisting The Last Supper


Daniel believes the circle is complete when experience is transmitted to the next generation. His teaching style is highly regarded by his contemporaries and students. He has taught at the Tobias School of Art Therapy UK where he sought to create linkages between Steiner School style art education and Visionary Art.

He is a founding faculty member and teacher (alongside contemporaries such as Laurence Caruana, Amanda Sage, Kuba Ambrose) with The Vienna Academy of Visionary Art, teaches at the Visions in the Mischtechnik seminars in Italy, pioneered visionary art workshops in Australia, and most recently held workshops with Ainhoa Neith with Visionary Art India.

His work focusses on a deep study of the Quattrocento period of the Italian Renaissance, especially upon artists such as Andrea Mantegna and Giovanni Bellini, who bridged the heiratic (sacred or religious) with humanistic styles of art. He is interested in the esoteric language of symbols as found in ancient art and spiritual lineages, and their application in painting as a visual language that can articulate pictorially the various historical and archetypal forces that have shaped the contemporary world.

Chanting Down Babylon
‘Chanting Down Babylon’ – Tempera Grassa on linen, 125x195cm

For more art view www.danielmirante.com


  • Ba (Hons) Fine Art (1st degree)
    Manchester Metropolitan University 1998-2001
  • Diploma Ecological Architecture
    Middlesex University 2004
  • Apprentice to Brigid Marlin, studying Mischtechnik
  • Student of oil painting under Maura Holden
  • Student of airbrush under Andrew Gonzalez
  • Assistant to Ernst Fuchs
    Wien, Austria, 2012
  • LARA (London Atelier of Representational Art)
    Life drawing, sight-size, cast drawing
  • Member of founding faculty and regular instructor at The Vienna Academy of Visionary Art 2012-2020
  • Visions in the Mischtechnik Seminar Italy instructor
  • Consultant and instructor for Visionary Art India
  • Visionary Art Australia seminar director and principle instructor
  • Sponsored by Rublev, Natural Pigments Co.