Hamilton Gallery

left: Flavio Poli, Italy (1900-1984), Vase c.1957 Glass with acid etched surface; Seguso Vetri d’Arte, Murano, Venice, Italy The Ron and Did Lowenstern Glass Collection, 2005.003
middle: Carlo Scarpa, Italy (1906-1978), Red ‘Battuto’ Vase, Hammered Technique c.1950 Glass, cut and polished; Venini, Murano, Italy Purchased by the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund in memory of Didi Lowenstern, 2014.116
right: Archimede Seguso, Italy (1909-1999), Vase, Polveri Series, Green and Gold, Organic Form c.1954; Glass; Archimede Seguso, Murano, Italy Purchased with annual Council allocation, 2004.049


Commences 23 March 2019

Murano as a world famous glass centre was established in the late thirteenth century. Between then and now Murano glass has been a source of inspiration for artists affiliated with the studio glass movement. This exhibition draws upon Hamilton Gallery’s extensive holdings of Murano glass, ranging in date from the mid-20th century.