Free shipping on orders over 180€!

Back To Top

Swipe to the left

Umberto Bellotto

By admin 20 February 2013 385 Views No comments

Born in Venice in 1882 where he died in 1940. He inherited his father's blacksmith's workshop and in 1910, together with the architect Cesare Laurenti, he was awared the patent for the "union of iron and glass". He exhibited at the Venice Biennale of in 1914 and 1920. The glasswares of his compositions are executed by Artisti Barovier's and by Fratelli Toso's. In 1927 he exhibited at the Triennale di Milano the blownglass wares executed by Pauly & Co. Requested in Rome in 1928 by the Minister for Public Works, represented by the venetian Giuseppe Giurati, he abandoned the glassmaking activities altogether.

Posted in: Artists