Romero Britto
  • Name Romero Britto
  • Bio Britto’s work is recognized around the world; over 20 cities have his sculptures as permanent installations. He was even invited to display his iconic works of art at the Salon Nationale des Beaux-Arts exhibition at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. Britto was commissioned to paint a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in honor of the 60th anniversary of her reign. An artistic activist for charitable organizations worldwide, Britto also donates to over 250 charities a year, including this year’s Brazil Foundation gala, where he was an honoree. This year, he is working with FIFA to bring the world cup in Brazil to life through a series of artistic works, available to fans worldwide.