Large Vase Fulvio Bianconi Cenedese Murano
Amazing glass vase attributed to Fulvio Bianconi for Cenedese Vetri in Murano, in the shape of a flattened gourd. Decoration of red, blue, green and black bands on a transparent background containing small air bubbles using the "pulegoso" technique. 60s.
Signed Cenedese at the tip and original label.
Manufacture founded in 1946 by Gino Cenedese (1907-1973) in Murano, in which the designer Alfredo Barbini, the sculptor Napoleone Martinuzzi, the painter Riccardo Licata and Fulvio Bianconi collaborated in the 1950s. From 1959, the artistic direction was entrusted to Antonio Da Ros. Cenedese is also known for its lighting fixtures, stained glass windows (Great Synagogue of Jerusalem) and utilitarian glassware. It remains today one of the most important glassworks in Murano.
Bibliography: European glassware of the 1950s, Michel Aveline editor/Musées de Marseille.
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