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Anthony Brunelli

Anthony Brunelli (b. 1968, Plattsburgh, New York) began to identify as a Photorealist painter in the early 1990s while receiving his B.F.A. in studio art from State University of New York at Binghamton. His panoramic paintings depict rural areas and urban cityscapes from upstate New York to large European and Asian cities. A third generation Photorealist, Brunelli’s adoption of digital technology has allowed him to paint in ever-greater detail.

For more information on this artist, visit:
www.anthonybrunelli.com/

Featured Works

Exhibitions
— Anthony Brunelli

Currently On View

Art Miami

SoHo Edition

2 December , 2020— 29 January, 2021

Currently On View

New Beginnings: Spring 2021

Virtual Exhibition

11 March , 2021— 1 September, 2022

New Work from our Photorealists

New Beginnings: Spring 2021
New Beginnings: Spring 2021
New Beginnings: Spring 2021

Upcoming Exhibition

Hamptons Fine Art Fair

Southampton Art Center, Southampton, NY

2 September — 5 September, 2021

Raphaella Spence,
Anthony Brunelli,
Rod Penner,

Previous Exhibitions

Image of Meisel Gallery's Virtual Booth

Hamptons Virtual Art Fair

On View through Labor Day

23 July — 7 September, 2020

Detail of Gniewek's painting Greektown

Recent Acquisitions

Virtual Exhibition

1 July — 14 October, 2020

CROPPED-IMAGE-Arnot Art Museum-Exterior

High Fidelity: Anthony Brunelli & the Digital Age Photorealists

14 February — 30 August, 2020

Art Miami 2019

Art Miami 2019

Featuring Mel Ramos Paintings - Booth #AM412

3 December — 8 December, 2019

Food for Thought

A Selection of Small Works Curated by Susan Meisel

28 February — 30 March, 2019

Tampa Art Museum Cropped 2

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

Tampa Museum of Art Tampa, Florida

30 June — 8 October, 2017

Recent Press
— Anthony Brunelli

10 Questions for Painter Anthony Brunelli, a Pioneer of the Photo-Realist Panorama
A new exhibition at Louis K. Meisel Gallery is a comprehensive survey of Brunelli’s 25-year career.
Artnet, 06/11/2019

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