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MonzArt Bronze has been working in the artistic field for over 20 years casting in bronze, brass and other alloy, using different processing techniques, like lost wax, shell molding, ceramic shell and sand casting, to satisfy any kind of requirement of sculptores and architects.

Some of the artists who have been working with us

- Arnaldo Pomodoro
- Giacomo Manzù
- Salvador Dali
- Lydia Silvestri
- Armand Pierre Fernandez (Arman)
- Aligi Sassu
- Salvatore Fiume
- Miguel Berrocal
- Ermenegildo Zegna
- Pravat Laksyam
- Canete


Arnaldo Pomodoro

Arnaldo Pomodoro is an Italian sculptor. He was born on 23 June 1926, in Morciano, Romagna, Italy. He currently lives and works in Milan. His brother, Giò Pomodoro (1930-2002) was also a sculptor.

Pomodoro designed a controversial fiberglass crucifix for the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The piece is topped with a fourteen foot in diameter crown of thorns which hovers over the figure of Christ.

Some of Pomodoro's "Sphere Within Sphere" (Sfera con Sfera) can be seen in the Vatican Museums, Trinity College, Dublin, the United Nations Headquarters in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, and the University of California, Berkeley. His thematic work "Forme del Mito" (Forms of Myth) [below] was displayed at Brisbane's World Expo '88 and was later purchased by Brisbane City Council for the City of Brisbane.

In 1999 he founded Fondazione Pomodoro in Milan. Originally conceived as a centre to document and archive the work of the artist, it opened an exhibition space in 2005, hosting exhibitions of prominent artists such as Jannis Kounellis. The director of Fondazione Pomodoro is Flaminio Gualdoni.


Giacomo Manzù

Giacomo Manzù, pseudonym of Giacomo Manzoni (Bergamo, December 22, 1908 - Rome, January 17, 1991), was the best known Italian sculptor of the 20th century. He was recognized by Western museums and collectors as an important modern artist, while, as a communist, he was celebrated by the Soviet art world as well. Yet he was also a Roman Catholic, a personal friend of Pope John XXIII, and he had important liturgical commissions in St. Peter's itself. In the United States, architect Minoru Yamasaki commissioned him as the sculptor for the Passo di Danza (step of dance) at the One Woodward Avenue building in Detroit, Michigan. He also carved the Nymph and Faun at Wayne State University's McGreagor Memorial sculpture garden in Detroit.

He was the son of a shoemaker, and other than a few evening art classes, was self-taught in sculpture, although he later became a professor himself.

Giacomo Manzù was awarded Lenin Peace Prize for the year 1965.

He was the subject of a famous photographic portrait by Yousuf Karsh.


Salvador Dali

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, 1st Marquis of Púbol (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989) was a prominent Spanish Catalan surrealist painter born in Figueres.

Dalí (Spanish pronunciation: [daˈli]) was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters. His best-known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in 1931. Dalí's expansive artistic repertoire includes film, sculpture, and photography, in collaboration with a range of artists in a variety of media.

Dalí attributed his "love of everything that is gilded and excessive, my passion for luxury and my love of oriental clothes" to a self-styled "Arab lineage," claiming that his ancestors were descended from the Moors.

Dalí was highly imaginative, and also had an affinity for partaking in unusual and grandiose behavior, in order to draw attention to himself. This sometimes irked those who loved his art as much as it annoyed his critics, since his eccentric manner sometimes drew more public attention than his artwork.


Lydia Silvestri

Lydia Silvestri lives and works in Milan. She has been teaching the art of sculpture at the Brera Academy since 1985. She held individual exhibitions and participated in collective exhibitions, both in Italy and abroad where she stayed long time and worked with some of the most famous architects, realising sculptures for private and public buildings.


Armand Pierre Fernandez (Arman)

Arman (November 17, 1928 – October 22, 2005) was a French artist. Born Armand Pierre Fernandez in Nice, France, Arman is a painter who moved from using the objects as paintbrushes ("allures d'objet") to using them as the painting itself. He is best known for his "accumulations" and destruction/recomposition of objects.


Aligi Sassu

Aligi Sassu was born in Milan, Lombardy, into a Sardinian-origin family. His father Antonio was one of the founders of the Italian Socialist Party (Partito Socialista Italiano) at Sassari in 1894, and had moved to Milan in 1896, where he had married Lina Pedretti in 1911. At the beginning of 1920, the Sassu family moved back to Sardinia to Thiesi, where Antonio opened a shop. After three years, the family returned to Milan, where Aligi got interested into arts. Together with friend and Futurist designer Bruno Munari, he decided to present himself to the Futurism leader Filippo Tommaso Marinetti.


Salvatore Fiume

Salvatore Fiume (October 23, 1915 – June 3, 1997) was an Italian painter, sculptor, architect, writer and stage designer. His works are kept in some of the most important museums in the world, among which the Vatican Museums, the Hermitage of Saint Petersburg, the Museum of Modern Art of New York, the Pushkin Museum of Moscow and the Galleria d'arte moderna of Milan.


Miguel Berrocal

Miguel Ortíz y Berrocal (September 28, 1933 – May 31, 2006) was an artist known for his puzzle sculptures. He was born in Villanueva de Algaidas, Málaga, Spain, and married Maria Cristina de Bragança (the daughter of Portuguese throne pretender Maria Pia de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança). He received formal training in mathematics, architecture, chemistry, and art. Berrocal ran a foundry in Negrar near Verona, Italy.


Ermenegildo Zegna

Ermenegildo Zegna or Zegna (Italian pronunciation: [ˈdzeɲa]) is an Italian fashion house that claims to be the world leader in fine men's clothing.[1] Founded in 1910, it is now managed by the fourth generation of the Zegna family[1] and remains in family ownership. As well as producing suits for their own labels, they manufacture suits for labels such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford. Conversely YSL Beauté markets a fragrance called ESSENZA DI Zegna, and Zegna have been expanding into accessories and leather goods. As one of the biggest global producers of fine fabrics (2.3 million metres per year), they have been active in promoting improvements in wool production around the world.


Prawat Laksyam

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