Venice Master Artisans
Brandolisio carves a forcola oarlock.
prepares clay for molding a papier-maché mask.
Table of Contents: Venice Master Artisans
The Venetian "Arti" at the time of the
A six-page history and introduction by Giovanni Scarabello
Fabrics and leather
Printing on Fabrics
Agliai and Adriana Minelli's Printed Fabrics
Velvet, Damask and Brocade
The Luigi Bevilacqua Silk-Weaving Mill
Lace, Crochet-Work and Embroidery
Jesurum, Fratelli Levi Morenos
Costumes by Stefano Nicolao's Atelier
Rolando Segalin, Shoemaker and Designer
The Valese Artistic Foundry
Marino Menegazzo, Gold-Beater
Gold-Working and its Origins
Andrea D'Agostino and the Rediscovery of Ancient Techniques
Gold and Precious Stones
Lauro Vianello, Jewellery and Magnificence
Luigi Sfriso's Silver Plate
The Gilding and Painting of Wood
Alfreda Barutti and Medieval Tradition
Michele Cigogna and Traditional Venetian Furniture
Romeo Crivellaro. Creativity and Virtuosity
Rowing on the Lagoon
Paolo Brandolisio's Oars and Oarlocks
Thom Price. An American "squerariol"
Ivo Gabriel Marchi's Harpsichords and Spinets
Filigree by Giluliano and Roberta Ballarin
Luigi Camozzo. Engraved and Beaten Glass
La Perla Veneziana and the Murano "Conterie"
Enamel Decorations on Glass
Sacred and Profane: Antonio Cecchelin and Paolo Seno
Glass in Mosaic Work
Ruggero and Lucio Orsoni's factory
Heaven and Hell according to Lucia Bubacco
Decorations by Margherita Rosetto
The dreamy expressions of Beatrice Perini's dolls
Fernando Masone: from Cotton Pulp to Artistic Creations
Printed and Decorated Paper and Quality Book-Bindings
Renato Polieo's Bindery
Roberto Mazzetto and the "Bottega del Tintoretto" Printing Works
Guerrino Lovato's "MondoNovo"
Romeo dall'Era's workshop: A Garden of Stone
The conservation of art
Preserving the City
Paolo Costantini's Restoration Workshop
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Venice Master Artisans photos copyright © 2003 Norbert Heyl.
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