Bruno Lucchesi


Bruno Lucchesi came to America from Italy in 1960 and taught at the National Academy of Design, at The New School in New York City for years, and has held many workshops across the country and abroad. Today, his works are part of many museum collections: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of the City of New York, Brooklyn Museum, Dallas Museum, Smithsonian Hirshhorn Washington Museum amongst others. Bruno is world-renowned and his art is in prestigious private collections and are commissioned by corporations, various types of institutions, and Universities. He is a member of the National Sculpture Society, National Academy of Design, Artists’ Fellowship and others. He has been honored with numerous outstanding and top awards in the United States and abroad. Bruno is represented by Cavalier Galleries of Greenwich, CT and Nantucket, MA. Bruno Lucchesi has 6 published books: Bruno Lucchesi: Celebrating the Beauty in Everyday Life, Bruno Lucchesi, Bruno Lucchesi Sculptor of the Human Spirit, Modeling the Head in Clay, Terracotta, and Modeling the Figure in Clay.