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ESTUDIO LUCIO Bubacco | Mitologia Ragno

ESTUDIO LUCIO Bubacco | Mitologia Ragno

Lucio Bubacco - Italian master, I've been lucky enough to study with him

Lucio Bubacco: Gods and Monsters in Glass

Lucio Bubacco - Lucio Bubacco is justly considered to be one of the greatest lampworkers of our time. His many talents include a natural feeling for nude sculpture and consummate craftsmanship in glass. Watching him pulling perfect sculptural form out of a blob of molten glass heated over a flame, as if it were second nature, is magic itself.

I love this - I think it is a candle holder (maybe) - it is Murano Art Glass

Lucio Bubacco   "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass

Lucio Bubacco "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass

Lucio Bubacco "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glassА.

Lucio Bubacco "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass.

Medusa Vase - Lucio Bubacco Venetian Glass Sculpture

Medusa Vase - Lucio Bubacco Venetian Glass Sculpture

WOW just... WOW!

WOW just... WOW!

Lucio Bubacco "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass.

Lucio Bubacco's works combine the anatomic perfection of Greek sculpture with the Byzantine gothic architecture of his native Venice.

Perseo and Medusa, glass sculpture by Lucio Bubacco

Perseo and Medusa, glass sculpture by Lucio Bubacco

Lucio Bubacco   "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass

Lucio Bubacco "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte. His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass

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