Brazilian poet and painter who is known for his 1918 painting A Patria, which showcases a Brazilian flag being embroidered by a family.
He started sketching at age 7 and studied closely with Italian painter Giovanni Battista Castagneto in 1897.
He could also sing in a baritone voice and attended the Conservatories of Naples and Rome in Italy when he was fourteen.
He was born to Italian merchant Felice Antonio Bruno and Magdalena Marmo Bruno and had two siblings.
Gregorio Duvivier is another notable Brazilian poet.