Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Bruno Fattori studied literature in Rome and Bologna, where he received his doctorate in 1913, and later became a teacher and eventually moved to Pisa. During World War I he received a medal for bravery. In the period of Italian fascism Fattori participated in the 1936 art competitions of the Olympic Games and was awarded the silver medal for his poem Profili Azzurri. He primarily wrote poetry, but also translated French poetry from the 19th century.
|1936 Summer||45||Berlin||Art Competitions||Mixed Literature, Lyric Works||Italy||ITA||2||Silver|