Venini Glassworks, originally founded as Cappellin Venini & C. by Paolo Venini and Giacomo Cappellin in 1921, is arguably one of the best-known manufacturers of fine Italian art glass and lighting. The company hired Italian painter Vittorio Zecchin as its first art director. Throughout its history, Venini used major national and international expositions to introduce its wares to a worldwide audience and to create an export market for premium examples. The founders parted ways in the mid-1920s and VSM Venini & C. and MVM Cappellin & C. were established separately; Venini was led by its new artistic director and sculptor Napoleone Martinuzzi. By the early 1930s, Paolo Venini—who had studied the... more.

We have 19 objects that Venini Glassworks has been involved with.

Venini Glassworks is also known as Venini, Paolo Venini, and Napoleone Martinuzzi.

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