Paolo Venini and His Furnace.pdf

Paolo Venini and His Furnace

Marino Barovier

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Sofya Voigtuh

30. Mai 2018 ... ... venini murano italia; H. 9,8 cm, Dm. 10,9 cm. (MP) Literatur: vgl. Marino Barovier, Carla Sonego (Ed.), Paolo Venini and his furnace, Milano ...

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Noels Schulzen

1 Jun 2019 ... Indeed, Murano is the heart of Italian glassmaking, the place where, in the ... glassmakers were banished to avovid their furnaces setting fire to the glorious city. ... In addition to boasting the talents of Paolo Venini himself, who ... Le Musée Stanze del Vetro sur l'île San Maggiore (Venise) propose une rétrospective de ses créations à travers l'exposition : " Paolo Venini and his Furnace " ...

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Jessica Kolhmann

Paolo Venini, (born 1895—died July 1959, Venice, Italy), Italian glassmaker and designer and manufacturer of glassware, whose works are outstanding for their combination of traditional technique and modern form.His glass factory in Murano contributed to a revival of art-glass manufacture in the 1930s and ’40s and employed some of the finest designers of the period, among them Gio Ponti and