Born in New York City, 1929, sculptor William Crovello studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, Art Students League, and Columbia University. In 1963, he moved to Spain where he began to devote himself to sculpture. Currently, he maintains studios in both New York and Pietrasanta, Italy.
Recent exhibitions include the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy; Passedoit Gallery; AM Sachs Gallery; Jack Gallery; Condeso/Lawler Gallery; Carnegie International, Carnegie Institute; Tokyo Museum; Hermitage Museum; Malmo Kunsthalle, Sweden; North Carolina Museum; and the Babcock Galleries. His work includes public installations at the Time Life Building, NY, (Cube Curved); Pier 86, NY, (Senes); Park Avenue Plaza, NY, (Pleiade and Argo); and (Katana), PepsiCo Sculpture Park, Purchase, NY. His work is also included in the collections of the Ghent Museum of Art, Belgium; Malmo Kunsthall, Sweden; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh; PepsiCo Sculpture Park; Sangre de Christo Museum of Art, Pueblo, CO; University of Houston, TX; National Academy Museum and the Wadsworth Atheneum