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Movimento dell'Acqua di Mr. Giacomo vase"by Yoichi Ohira

Movimento dell'Acqua di Mr. Giacomo vase"by Yoichi Ohira

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 Movimento dell'Acqua di Mr. Giacomo vase"by Yoichi Ohira

A unique 'Colata di Lava' vase, 2002

executed by Maestro Andrea Zilio and Maestro Giacomo Barbini, hand-blown glass murrine, granular and powder inserts, partial inciso and polished surface

15 x 18 cm.

signed and dated Yoichi Ohira m° a. Zilio m° g. Barbini 1/1 unico murano Friday 22-02-2002

excellent condition. Some were bought directly from Maestro Giacomo Barbini(Aurora)

LITERATURE

Yoichi Ohira;

Barry Friedman Ltd, New York;

B. Friedman (ed.), Venice. 3 Visions in Glass, Cristiano Bianchin, Yoichi Ohira, Laura de Santillana, exh. cat., New York, Barry Friedman Gallery, Kansas, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Naples, Naples Museum of Art, Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs,

New York/Stuttgart, 2009, pp. 238 and 434 for other examples from this series.

EXHIBITED

Vetri Veneziani: Ohira, Caffe Florian, Venice and Isetan, Toyko, March - April 1999.

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