Bruno Gambone Ceramics

Galarie d'Agata, Belgium

Incised vases, ca. 1970's, Domus Nova Design, Italy (available)

It seems as if Bruno Gambone leaves imperfections in his work as a reminder to the observer, that they were crafted by "human hands".  There is more info on Bruno at the end of this post.

glazed stoneware, ca.1965, Wright Auctions (sold in 2009)

glazed stoneware, ca. 1965, Wright Auctions (sold in 2009) 

 ca. 1970's, Domus Nova Design, Italy (available)

 Incised tall vessels, 70, 60, 50 cm tall. Galleria dell'Artigianato, Italy

Stoneware sculptures, 65 cm tall. Galleria dell'Artigianato, Italy

Glazed stoneware with incised pattern, ca. 1970's, Quittenbaum Art Auctions, Germany

Vase, ca. 1970's, Downtown, Los Angeles ($2,200)

 Pierre Bergé Auctions, France (sold)

Limited edition vase, ca. 2004, Pierre Bergé Auctions, France (sold)

 Incised vases, ca. 1972, Pierre Bergé Auctions, France (sold)

ca. 1975, Pierre Bergé Auctions, France (sold)

Bull, TOJ Gallery ($1,200)

ca. 1984, 26.5h x 13.75w x 6d in., Pierre Bergé Auctions, France (sold)

Set of four vases, ranging in height from 53 cm - 26 cm., Zimmerdahl, Sweden (available)

Bruno Gambone is an Italian ceramicist and painter, born in Vietri sul Mare in 1936. As the son of Guido Gambone, one of the greatest ceramic artists of the 20th century, Bruno was born into the world of pottery. He began working with ceramics in his father's Florentine workshop when he was only 14. From 1963-1968 he lived in the U.S. where he engaged in painting, sculpture, film and theatre. He moved back to Italy in 1968, living in Milan until his father's death in 1969, when he returned to Florence to focus on ceramics. During his career he has produced several award winning pieces and exhibited throughout the world. He has been an active member of the ceramics community for many years and is currently the Honorary President of the National Association of Artistic and Traditional Craftmanship. If you are interested in seeing more of Bruno's work visit his website here.

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