Large Murano Fish Sculpture (65 cm long) exquisitly blown glass and internally decorated with twisted strands of rust brown glass bleeding from burned orange into amber made using the highly skilled Reticello technique that involves the merging of two glass cane domes (one inside the other) in which the straight canes are twisted in opposite directions. Once merged, the opposing twisted canes cross each other creating a net-like pattern. The fish is finished with a solid black tail is made circa 1950.
Attributed to manufacturer: Venini, Murano, Italy possibly designed by Lino Tagliapietra.
Provenance: The Martin Cohen Arts.
Style; Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
Materials and Techniques; Art Glass,Blown Glass,Murano Glass
Place of Origin; Murano, Italy
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