• Antonio Bartolomeo Bruni

    Antonio Bartolomeo Bruni (January 28, 1757 – August 6, 1821) was an Italian violinist, composer and conductor. Bruni was born and died in Cuneo, Italy. During most of his life he resided, played and composed in Paris.

  • Antonio Bartolomeo Spinacuta

    Antonio Bartolomeo Spinacuta was an Italian (Venetian) tightrope walker, acrobat, singer, and dancer. He is often referred to as Spinacuta. He was married to the Swedish actress Helena Pettersson. He toured Sweden in 1784–1787, where he had a remarkable success and aroused considerable fame. In 1786, he released the first hot air balloons in Sweden. In 1795, he was noted to be active at the Ricketts company circus in Philadelphia in US.

  • Bruni

    Bruni can refer to:

  • Bruni Glass

    Bruni Glass is a supplier of glass packaging for the spirits, wine and beer. The company was founded in Milan, Italy in 1974.

  • Bruno Bruni (artist)

    Bruno Bruni senior (born 22 November 1935, in Gradara, Italy ) is an Italian lithographer, graphic artist, painter and sculptor. He became commercially successful in the 1970s. In 1977, he won the International Senefeld award for Lithography. He has since become one of the most successful Italian artists in Germany and one of Germany's best known lithographers.

  • Emily Bruni

    Emily Bruni (born 1975 in Exeter, Devon ) is an English actress.

  • Louis H. Bruni

    Louis Henry Bruni (born July 9, 1949) is a businessman, rancher, politician, and the scion of a pioneer family in his native Laredo, Texas. From 2003 to 2006, he was the elected administrative County Judge of Webb County in South Texas.

  • Geronimo Bruni

    Geronimo Bruni, an Italian painter and etcher known for battle scenes, was a pupil of Jacques Courtois. He was active at Naples in 1660-70.

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