Biography

Tony Bennett

Tony Bennett is a dedicated painter whose interest in art began as a child. He continues to paint every day, even as he tours internationally. He has exhibited his work in galleries around the world.
Tony Bennett is a dedicated painter whose interest in art began
as a child. He continues to paint every day, even as he tours
internationally. He has exhibited his work in galleries around
the world. The United Nations has commissioned him for two
paintings, including one for their 50th anniversary. His original
painting, “Homage to Hockney,” is on permanent display at the
Butler Institute of American Art, and the landmark National Arts
Club in New York is home to Tony’s painting “Boy on Sailboat,
Sydney Bay.” Three of his paintings are part of the Smithsonian
Museums permanent collections, including his portrait of his
friend Duke Ellington that became part of the National Portrait
Gallery’s collection in 2009.
Tony Bennett

Artwork

  • Autumn In Vancouver

    Water Colours

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