Marietta Barovier

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Marietta Barovier (15th-century), was a Venetian glass artist.

She was the daughter of the glass artist Angelo Barovièr of Murano. Barovier and her brother, Giovanni inherited her family workshop in 1460.[1] She is known to have been the artist behind a particular glass design from Venetian Murano.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Syson, Luke (2001). Objects of Virtue: Art in Renaissance Italy. Getty Publications. p. 192.
  • Giovanni Sarpellon, Miniature di vetro. Murrine 1838-1924, Venezia, Arsenale editrice, 1990, ISBN 88-7743-080-X.