Bruno Bruni, "Flowers", year unknown
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Bruno Bruni, "Flowers", year unknown. Lithograph, 106 x 82 cm including frame, Collection Dumay. Flower party framed in a special frame in Art Nouveau style, edition 77/150. Signed bottom left. Bruno Bruni Sr. (born November 22, 1935 in Gradara, Italy) is an Italian lithographer, printmaker, painter and sculptor. Bruni was initially a student of Giuliano Vanghi. From 1953 to 1959 he visited the art institute in Pesaro. It was in London that Bruni became interested in pop art. In 1960 Bruni enrolled at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg. In the 1970s, Bruno Bruni made a name for himself as a draftsman, lithographer, painter and sculptor in the international art world. In 1977 he won the International Senefeld Prize for lithography. Since then he has become one of the most successful Italian artists in Germany and one of Germany's best known lithographers. Bruni is mainly influenced by German expressionists such as Otto Dix, George Grosz etc. and the Italian old masters. In particular, he is noted as one of the few lithographic artists "to paint all the work directly on the stone". He is best known for his erotic feminine formal language. Condition: this work is in good condition.