Carlo Scarpa glass

Thick black glass vase with battuto finish, ca. 1940 and yellow cased glass vase with battuto finish, ca. Part of the Battuti series, ca.

MICUCCI ARTE VENINI   CARLO SCARPA VENINI VENETIAN GLASS DESIGN 1932 – 1947

Micucci Arte Venini I Carlo Scarpa I Venini Venetian Glass I

“Venetian Glass by Carlo Scarpa: The Venini Company, 1932-1947,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (via NYTimes, who calls the exhibition "sublime")

‘Venetian Glass by Carlo Scarpa’ at the Met

Stunning battuti glassware, finish conceived by Scarpa (Master Glass | 'Carlo Scarpa: Venini 1932-1947' - NYTimes.com)

Master Glass

Glass Ocra Vase by Carlo Scarpa: 'Tessuto Vase' blown glass Venini Murano Glass

Ocra Vase by Carlo Scarpa: 'Tessuto Vase' blown glass Venini Murano Glass

Vaso Tessuto design Carlo Scarpa 1938-'40 executed by Venini / Italy 1985

Vaso Tessuto design Carlo Scarpa executed by Venini / Italy 1985

Carlo Scarpa, Corrosi (“corroded glass”), designed for Venini, 1936–38. Corroded glass featured a rough surface, caused by hydrofluoric and sulphuric acid in solution. The glass piece, often clear and colored, was covered with sawdust soaked in acid. From Carlo Scarpa: Venini, 1932–1947 by Marino Barovier (Skira)

Carlo Scarpa, Corrosi (“corroded glass”), designed for Venini,

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