Bruno Capolongo Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Bruno Capolongo based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Bruno Capolongo
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Kintsugi Vase - Katie by Bruno Capolongo
Double Dragon - Chinese Charger, ca.1500s by Bruno Capolongo
The Silver Dome by Bruno Capolongo
Chu Teh-Chun - Kintsugi #3 by Bruno Capolongo
Kintsukuroi - The Ming Charger by Bruno Capolongo
Muskoka by Bruno Capolongo
Lianzi by Bruno Capolongo
Sun Dance - Gladiolas #1 by Bruno Capolongo
The Guan Vase by Bruno Capolongo
Reverie by Bruno Capolongo
Whispering Dragon by Bruno Capolongo
Chu Teh-Chun - Kintsugi #4 by Bruno Capolongo
Rise of the Phoenix by Bruno Capolongo
Chu Teh-Chun - Kintsugi #1 by Bruno Capolongo
Winged Dragon by Bruno Capolongo
Eventide - Pincushion Island by Bruno Capolongo
Girl with a Fan by Bruno Capolongo
Gem Among Pearls - The Steuban Vase by Bruno Capolongo
The Lianzi Bowl by Bruno Capolongo
The Gilded Moon by Bruno Capolongo
Blue Jar with Chinese Lanterns by Bruno Capolongo
Sun Dance by Bruno Capolongo
Forevermore - kintsugi with gladiolas by Bruno Capolongo
The Verdant Bride - tight detail view by Bruno Capolongo
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About Bruno Capolongo
Bruno Capolongo is an established Canadian artist of Neapolitan descent. His work is collected by private and corporate collectors, and he has shown in well over one hundred and thirty exhibitions, including over forty solo shows. Exhibiting primarily in Canada and the United States, he has also shown in Japan, and has been formally represented broadly by fine galleries in cities such as New York City, Montreal, Toronto, and Washington DC.
Capolongo is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the internationally coveted Elizabeth Greenshields Award three times over (one of only three dozen triple recipients since 1955), and consecutive first place awards for the national Canadian exhibition and competition Evidence of Things Unseen. Working in various genre, he brings a contemporary edge to traditional genres.
Bruno honed his skills in Canadian and American art schools, earning a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art degree early in his career. He continues to study art informally by trips to Europe and the U.S. where he studies art independently.
See his personal web site at www.BrunoCapolongo.com.