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Born in Venice in 1894, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts.

He began his activity in the world of glass art in the mid-1920s collaborating as a member of the S.A.L.I.R. He took part in the Biennials from 1924 to 1930.

In 1932 he designed for Salviati and was Artistic Director of Aureliano Toso from 1939 to 1963.

He created works of considerable interest for the use of particular glass techniques, such as Zanfirici, Oriente, Eldorado and the Submerged molars.

He died in Venice in 1970, leaving a gap in Murano art.

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