Bruno Gambone Vase, Ceramic, Tan, Blue, Red, Yellow, Stripes, Signed
Bruno Gambone vase, ceramic, Stripes, Signed. Medium scale slender bottle form vase with a neutral almond glazed body and a neck glazed in bands of yellow, red, and blue. Signed "Gambone Italy" on the underside. Vase also retains original "The Seahorse Positano" label. Bruno Gambone (1936-2021) was a Florence, Italy based ceramicist, devoted to geometry, shape, and color.
Biography by Magazzino Italian Art Blog:
Bruno Gambone (1936–2021). A leading figure in the world of ceramics of the 20th and 21st century, Gambone began his training with his father, renowned ceramicist Guido Gambone. In the 1970s and 1980s, Gambone went on to experiment with glass in partnership with manufacturers in the Colle Val D’Elsa area, and with other studios in Venice, designing jewelry and furniture works inspired by the same imaginary animals which frequented his ceramic works. Gambone’s work has been the subject of major solo and international exhibitions and has left an invaluable impression on the canon of art history.