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    Lino Tagliapietra.Ppt Hana Lino Tagliapietra.Ppt Hana Presentation Transcript

    • Lino Tagliapietra
    • History of theArtist
      • 1934 - He was born in Murano, Italy.
      • 1945 - At the age of 12, he began working in Archimede Seguso’s glass factory.
      • 1954 - By the age of 21, he achieved the title
      of “ Maestro”.
      • ~ Over the next 25 years, Lino worked in
      association with several of the best
      known Muranese glass factories.
      • 1979 -He came to the United State to teach
      in Seattle. He was sharing his old technical
      knowledge with American glass artists.
      • 1990 -He continued to teach and collaborate
      widely in the U.S. and he began to be
      widely recognized for his own unique
      works of art.
      ~Until now. Now age 74.
    • 3 styles of glass work
      SCULPTURE
    • SCULPTURE
    • The name of the works: Natoalos
    • UNIQUE WORK
    • UNIQUEWORK
    • SATURNO
    • ALA
    • 2-DIMENSIONAL
    • 3-DIMENSIONAL
    • ANGEL TEAR
    • THOLTICO 
    • COINBRA
    • MADRAS
    • OSTUNI
    • CORNACCHIA
    • CORONADO
    • SILEA
    • Provenza
    • BATMAN
    • Riverstone
    • He is one of the world’s great living
      glassblower. His glass works are in the
      collections of many major museums
      throughout the world and by collectors
      of glass art.
      TODAY!
      He still teaches his technical knowledge
      to glass artists.
    • Bibliographies
      I used those wed sites to get information of Lino.
      Lino’s personal web: http://www.linotagliapietra.com
      The Gallery of Margo Jacobsen: http://www.margojacobsenartdealer.com/Artist-Detail.cfm?ArtistsID=67
      The Chrysler Museum: http://www.chrysler.org/press/AOG-Lino.asp