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Original Murano Glass OMG® company, heir of an important glass factory founded in 1934, offers to its international customers artistic glass artworks entirely handmade with classique and/or innovative designs, according with the customer requirements.
Murano Glass and European Art Glass have been recognized for centuries as some of the best examples of craftsmanship in the world. It starts with the purest raw materials and dedication from artists who have honed their skills from lessons learned from their fathers and grandfathers.
The best glass masters pieces of art. In this wide collection of original Murano glass art appasionates could find Murano glass objects and sculptures for every necessities: from unique pieces to be collected up to little objects for presents and gift idea.
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Glass Blowers of Murano is a late 19th century painting by American artist Charles Frederic Ulrich. Done in oil on wood, the work depicts a glassblowing foundry in Murano, Italy, which was famed for its glass. The painting is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Lino Tagliapietra (foreground) and Checco OngaroLino Tagliapietra (born 1934) is a Venetian glass artist who has also worked extensively in the United States. As a teacher and mentor, he has played a key role in the international exchange of glassblowing processes and techniques between the principal American centers and his native Murano, "but his influence is also apparent in China, Japan, and Australia—and filters far beyond any political or geographic boundaries."
alt=Decorated cupVenetian glass has been made for over 1,500 years, and production has been concentrated on the Venetian island of Murano since the 13th century. Today Murano is known for its art glass, but it has a long history of innovations in glassmaking in addition to its artistic fame—and was Europe's first major glassmaking center. During the 15th century, Murano glassmakers created cristallo—which was almost transparent and considered the finest glass in the world. Murano glassmakers also developed a white-colored glass (milk glass called lattimo) that looked like porcelain. They later became Europe's finest makers of mirrors. Originally, Venice was controlled by the Eastern Roman Empire, but it eventually became an independent city state. It flourished as a trading center and seaport. Its connections with the Middle East helped its glassmakers gain additional skills, as glassmaking was more advanced in countries such as Syria and Egypt. Although Venetian glassmaking in factories existed as far back as the 8th Century, it became concentrated in Murano by law beginning 1291.