Artist and printmaker Bruno Leti lists Carlton home and studio

Artist and printmaker Bruno Leti lists Carlton home and studio
Artist and printmaker Bruno Leti lists Carlton home and studio

Some $2.8 million to $3 million is tipped for a three-bedroom house and artist’s studio, inside a former dairy, at Carlton.

The Dorrit Street space has been listed by artist and printmaker Bruno Leti. 

It is the work of the late architect Col Bandy.

The light-filled space, with CBD views, has been scheduled for auction next weekend by Nelson Alexander agent Arch Staver.

Bruno Leti, who was born in Italy and emigrated to Australia with his family as a child in the early 1950s, has seen his work in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, all state galleries as well as, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington and Biblioteca Comunale in Milan.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australia.

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