Bruno Caruso was an influential Sicilian artist, illustrator and political satirist whose work focused on the moral, political and ethical flaws of the 20th Century.

 

The GALLERY

Browse a selection of Caruso's most iconic work; explore oils and ink drawings, posters and prints; and learn about his most important exhibitions.

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The ARTIST

Meet the man behind the easel. Take a journey through the 20th century with selection of photos, awards and a brief biography of Caruso's life.

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THE LIBRARY

Explore a selection of Caruso’s most important collections, anthologies, and illustrations, as well as over twenty years of catalogues

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“A contemporary realist painter of considerable satirical and socially minded gifts”

 
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An Brief Overview

For over 80 years Caruso's work has borne witness to the barbarity, corruption and isolation of the modern age; From the stark etchings & oils of the post war years; to the furious political sketches of the 1960’s; cutting lithographs of the 1970’s & 1980’s; and finally, the meticulously crafted flower baskets & Roman ruins of the late 20th Century, his voice has come to define an era of modern Italian art.