Bruno Knutman (1930–2017) studied at Valand Academy of Fine Art in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Polytechnic School of Art in London, UK in the 1950s. His first exhibition was at Lilla Paviljongen, Stockholm, Sweden, in 1957. Lunds konsthall, Sweden and Södertälje konsthall, Sweden showed his works in a retrospective solo exhibition in 1982. His ink drawings from the 1960s–1980s are widely acclaimed, and many of them are collected in the book Around the Corner (Kalejdoskops förlag, 1986). Both Ystads konstmuseum, Sweden and Liljevalchs, Stockholm, Sweden, featured his exhibition Homo Sapiens in 1998. His solo shows Wolf at the Door and Serious Times were presented in the 2000s at Lunds konsthall, Sweden and Galleri Magnus Karlsson respectively. His works have also been featured regularly in other solo or group shows since the 1960s. He has also carried out commissions for public art. In spring 2018 his last paintings were presented in the exhibition Night Piece at Galleri Magnus Karlsson and in the autumn the same year a selection of his paintings were included in the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo in Brazil. Bruno Knutman’s works are in many private collections and museums in Sweden, including Moderna Museet and Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden.