Aldo Bergamini was born in Bottrighe (Rovigo) on May 14, 1903 and died in Venice on February 11, 1981. Self-taught, he frequently exhibited his paintings up to 1927. Although he had worked as a freelance for several Murano furnaces such as A.V.E.M. in 1954, V.A.M.S.A. in 1956 and I.V.R. Mazzega in 1960, in 1950 he became a partnet of the Centro Studio Pittori Arte del Vetro co-operative that, in 1953, takes the name of Fucina degli Angeli . He also had a brief collaboration with the Aureliano Toso firm.