Born in Lorraine District of France, life was difficult following the war and he had to leave school at the age of 14 to go work in a factory. At the age of 20 he served in the 9th Infantry Battalion of the Marines for three years at Brazzaville in French Equatorial Africa. On his release from the service, he emigrated to Canada in 1963 and settled in Trois-Rivières. He had always been interested in painting and followed his own self-teaching plan. He developed quickly and held his first solo show in 1976. Brunoni is known for his landscapes, also town and city scenes. He skillfully blends realistic and impressionistic techniques to depict scenes filled with authentic atmosphere. His work can be found in many corporate and public collections. He is also represented in the Musée Pierre Boucher, Trois Rivières, QC. And in the Musée Louis-Hémon, Péribonka, QC.
Sources: A Dictionary of Canadian Artists, Colin S. Macdonald, Vol 1.
Magazinart, Répertoire Biennal des artistes Canadiens en Galleries, 1998-1999.