CLEMENTE SPAMPINATO'S RESUME
 

He was born in Calabria, Italy in 1912 and died in Sea Cliff, New York in 1993.
 
EDUCATION:

Art School of the Governatorate, Rome, Italy
Royal School of the Zecca, Rome Italy
Royal School of Fine Arts Academy, Rome, Italy
French Academy of Nude Design, Rome, Italy
He taught Sculpture classes at North Shore High School Adult Education to sold-out classes, Glen Head NY, 1964-1972. 

EXHIBITIONS:

CLYDES of GEORGETOWN, 3236 M Street, NW Washington DC, 2005 to present
CLYDES of GALLERY PLACE, 707 7th Street Washington DC, 2007 to present
MISTRETTA GALLERIES, Forest Ave, Locust Valley, NY 2007 to present
LINDA ANDERSON GALLERIES, Forest Avenue, Locust Valley, NY 2002 to present
HARBOUR GALLERY, Bayville Rd., Bayville, NY 2005-2007
SOTHEBY'S AUCTION HOUSE, 1334 York Ave at 72nd Street, New York NY, various auctions
CHRISTIES AUCTION HOUSE, 20 Rockefeller Plaza 49th Street, New York, NY, various auctions
One Man Exhibition at the Brookville Country Club, Brookville NY, 1997
One Man Exhibition, Port Washington Library, Port Washington , NY, 1996
Annual National Sculpture Society Exhibition, Manhattan, NY, 1993
Annual National Academy of Design Exhibition, Manhattan, NY, 1990
Exhibited 3 Bronze Sport sculptures, Art Exhibit to support the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team, New York Hilton Hotel, NY, 1987
Exhibited 3 Bronze Sport sculptures, National Art Museum Celebrating the 1984 Olympics, sponsored by Nabisco, NJ, 1984
XIII Olympics Winter Sports Exhibition, National Art Museum of Sport, Lake Placid, NY, 1980
Ongoing display of bronzes at Ralph Lauren on Madison Avenue, NY, 1980 to present
REFLECTIONS; IMAGES OF AMERICA, Ice Skater was chosen to tour representing the United States Information Agency. The tour was through Russia and Eastern and Western Europe, May 1976 through December 1977
A SALUTE TO THE OLYMPICS, Abercrombie & Fitch Gallery, New York, 1972 at a Gala benefit exhibiting 20 of Spampinato's sport sculptures. 
One Man Exhibition of 36 Sport and Western bronzes on display, National Art Museum of Sport, Madison Square Garden, New York, 1972
North Shore Art Festival, Whitney Estates, Old Westbury, NY, 1961
One Man Exhibition, Boca & British Airlines, NY , 1960
Spampinato-Remington Exhibition, Trans World Airline, Denver, CO, 1956
One Man Exhibition, Western Airlines, Houston, TX, 1955
One Man Exhibition, Cafe Doney of Via Veneto, Rome, Italy, 1955
One Man Exhibition, Trans World Airlines Army-Navy Game, St. Louis, MI, 1954

COLLECTIONS:

The National Art Museum of Sport, Manhattan, NY
Olympic Committee, Rome, Italy
Norman Rockwell Gallery of Western Art, Corning, NY
Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK
University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
Clydes of Gallery Place,  Washington, DC
Clydes of Georgetown, Washington, DC
National Baseball Hall of Fame, Coopertown, NY
Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, OH
Vintage 429 Landmark Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Arthur Rubloff, real estate developer, acquired an enviable bronze collection displayed in the plaza he designed at Evergreen Plaza, Chicago, Ill. Mr. Spampinato's 4 western bronzes are included in this famous collection. Mr. Rubloff also created Chicago's Magnificent Mile on North Michigan Avenue
In private collections throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe

COMMISSIONED AWARDS:

'THE GOLDEN LION AWARD: Starting in 1983 The Order the Sons of Italy commissioned Spampinato to create a 17" high sculpture named The Golden Lion, the society's symbol to be awarded each spring to many distinguished members at the Gala Dinner. This award has been given to many distinguished recipients, including Governor Mario Cuomo, Luciano Pavarotti, Honorable Alfonse D'Amato, Mario Perillo, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Governor George Pataki
GOLD TROPHY OF TOURISM, Reggio, Italy, 1954
SKI BRONZE MEDALS & TROPHIES, Winter Olympics, Italy, 1941
THE BOXING GROUP TROPHY, International Competition, Rome, Italy, 1940
SOCCER TROPHY, International Soccer Completion, Rome, Italy, 1940
SWIMMING TROPHIES Summer Olympics, Italy, 1940
GIUDO's TROPHY Bronze Bas-Relief, Rome, Italy, 1938
MORELLO RASTIGNAC Bronze Medallion, Italian Senator, Rome, Italy, 1938

AWARDS RECEIVED:

Grand Award Gold Medal, Municipal Art League, Chicago, Ill, 1970
First Prize, American Artists Professional League, 1951
First Prize Sports Theme, National Exhibition of Art, Rome, Italy, 1948
First Prize Ski Trophies, Olympic Games, Rome, Italy, 1940
First Prize Sports Figures, National Competition, Rome, Italy, 1939

FELLOWSHIPS:

National Sculptor Society, USA Since 1951
Circolo Artistico Internationale D'arte, Italy
Gold Medal Artists Committee of  International Fine Arts Council
The International American Institute, Washington, DC, USA
Allied Artists of America, New York, NY, USA