Evident in this sculpture is almost the exact same depiction as seen in Bruni’s celebrated The Kiss.
A darkly cloaked male figure embraces his golden and naked female counterpart. His clothing and her lack thereof is representative of the stark contrast existing between the masculine and the feminine.
Bruni places emphasis on the elegance of her shape, sculpting a delicate curvature in her spine and buttocks. This is then accentuated by the juxtaposition of the male’s unwieldy outerwear.
This piece is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’s rare A.P. sculptures.
This bronze sculpture is signed and numbered A.P (1/8)
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Signed by the artist on the Back Bottom Right.
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Bruno Bruni senior(born 22 November 1935, inGradara,Italy) is an Italian lithographer graphic artist, painter and sculptor. He became commercially successful in the 1970s. In 1977, he won the International Senefeld award for Lithography. He has since become one of the most successful Italian artists in Germany and one of Germany's best known lithographers
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 theInternational Senefeld Competition for Lithography. He is influenced primarily by German expressionists like Otto Dix, George Grosz etc. and the Italian old masters . In particular, he is noted as one of the few lithographic artists "who paint all work directly onto the stone". He is especially known for his erotic female forms.He has said, "I cannot paint an abstract picture. If I had gone along with the trends I'd have disappeared long ago".He resides in a converted swimming pool, more than a century old, which serves as apartment, workplace and gallery.He sells his art through his wife's gallery inHanoverand is reputedly one of Germany's top earning artists.He is also a keen cook of Italian cuisine, and is a boxing fan and a close friend of former boxing championDariusz Michalczewski, for whom he used to cook for before matches.He has also cooked forGerhard Schröderand has published a cooking book with his favorite recipes, memoirs and pictures related to his life.