|Died||January 2014 (age 88)|
|Resting place||Antakalnio Cemetery|
|Known for||Stained glass|
He was a student of Stasys Ušinskas and along with fellow pupil Algimantas Stoskus they began creating new methods that incorporated thick panels of glass which have been adopted by other artists.
His 1960 work Morning incorporated a special mirror glass and was the first stained glass work to incorporate a nude from folklore. His work was part of the Soviet Pavilions at both the Expo 67 and Expo 70. He created miniature stained glass replicas of the Lithuanian coat of arms (vytis) as souvenirs which were sold after re-establishment of independence in 1990. He created the large pieces Šventė (Feast) (1980s) and Žalgirio mūšis (The Battle of Grunwald) (2010s) that adorn buildings in the Lithuanian Parliamentary complex.
He died in January 2014 at the age of 88 and was buried at Antakalnio cemetery.
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