Angelo Brombo (Chioggia 1893 - Venice 1962). The vocation to the painting of Angelo Brombo born by profession as decorator inherited from his family by his father Eugenio, who kept the shop under the arcades in Vena fondamenta in the district of Santa Maria where he worked until 1940.
From 1925 to 1929 he teaches design at the School of Applied Art in Chioggia. His debut in a exhibition was in 1922 when he participates in a collective in Chioggia. In 1926/27 he is invited in the maritime art exhibition in Rome.
Since 1927 he takes part in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Among these at the Opera Bevilacqua La Masa, 1930, 31, 32 and an exibition at the Napoleon hall of the Palazzo Reale in Venice with over fifty works in 1945.
In 1944 he moves with his family to Venice where he continues painting until his death in 1962.
In 2010 a retrospective exhibition "Luci e colori di Chioggia" at the Museo Civico of Chioggia. Around one hundred works at almost half a century after his death.

Angelo Brombo Velieri in laguna 1959 cm 70X100 olio su tela

Angelo Brombo Gondole sul rio cm 50X70 olio su tela

Angelo Brombo Bambini in barca cm 40X50 olio su tela

Angelo Brombo Venezia cm 50X70 olio su faesite
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