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Bruno Weber was born in 1931 in Dietikon, Switzerland. In 1947, he completed college in Zürich under Johannes Itten, the founder of chromatics. Afterwards he began training until 1949 as a lithographer with Orell Fuessli (Zürich); later he studied in Italy, Greece and Czechoslovakia.
Weber extended his sculpture gardens in Spreitenbach and Dietikon, where among other things, his house with a 25m high tower is situated. The park extends over a surface of 20'000 m². The sculpture park is the synthesis of the artist's life work, and is visited annually by thousands of people.  From 1991 to 2003 Weber was responsible for the space configuration on the Uetliberg, which still stands.[clarification needed]
He discovered his passion for three-dimensional sculptures after thirty years of painting. On the basis of his paintings, development can be recognized contrary to his sculptures, which orients itself to Cézanne and Gubler.[clarification needed]
- "Zürcher Künstler Bruno Weber im Alter von 80 Jahren gestorben"
- "Bruce Weber". London: Telegraph. Retrieved 2011-11-07.
Media related to Bruno Weber Skulpturenpark at Wikimedia Commons
- Official site "Bruno Weber - A world full of fantasy"
- Entry of Bruner Webre in labyrinthe with extensive biographic information
- Bruno Weber in the German National Library catalogue