Bruno Zupan was born in Slovenia in 1939. He graduated from the Art Institute in Zagreb and decided to leave home and continue his education in Paris at the age of twenty-three. In 1964 he left Paris for New York, where he began a series of one-man exhibitions of his work in American museums and galleries.
Zupan has painted the vibrant colors of Mexico, the romance of Paris, Venice, and American cities. His main studio is located in the village of Valldemossa on the island of Mallorca. Many of his subjects are found just beyond his door. He greatly enjoys an anti-urban Mediterranean lifestyle which gives free rein to his desire to glorify the everyday things which have given pleasure to Homer, Byron, Sargent, and Chopin. The sunlight on a broken column, the perfume of almond blossom, the wet wind of spring, or the smell of the sea. He is part and product of this immortal seasonal flux, and he wants his paintings to be messages from a place of rest and renewal.
Bouquet in Delft Vase
Campo San Giacomo, Venice
Rocks and Sea Variation
Almond Blossom Panel
Rocks and Stormy Seas – Diptych
Almond Blossoms – Diptych
Terraces in The Valley of Valldemossa
Nocturne in Chopin’s Garden
Agapanthus in Mediterranean Garden
Outlying Fields, Valldemossa
In Chopin’s Garden
Grand Canal, View to Lido
Bouquet on Golden Ground
Bouquet on Saffron Ground
Flowering Branches By The Sea
View Across The Mountains, Valldemosa
Tuileries, July Afternoon
Field of Poppies
Gondolas on The Grand Canal
Agapanthus By The Sea
Almond Grove By The Sea
Looking To The Cartuja, Valldemossa
Flowers in Chopin’s Garden
Field of Wildflowers
Bouquet on Golden Ground
Rocks and Sea
Branches Mirrored In Quiet Pool
73rd Street, View to Hudson River
View of Charles River at Night, Boston
Branches On Coast Road, Mallorca
Almond Trees in Bloom, Coast Road
Bouquet in Chinese Ladies Vase, Cinnamon Ground
Bouquet on Cinnamon Ground
Bouquet on Chartreuse Ground
Field Of Queen Anne’s Lace, Mallorca
City by the Sea
Rocks and Sea Panel
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