This stained-glass window is based on the original sketch drawn by the artist and it was realized by Lino Reduzzi in the period 1999-2000. Studio Reduzzi used the oldest and finest techniques that belong to stained-glass art tradition: the mouth-blown glass was accurately selected, etched with acid, painted with glazes, silver salts and grisaille, fired and leaded. The work was finally installed in the church of Saint Alexander Episcopal College in Bergamo (Italy).
The web section “Glasses” has been updated adding the art work Seconda venuta di Cristo / Second coming of Christ by the Italian artist Floriano Bodini.
We proceed to publish the many works realized thanks to the successful collaboration between Lino Reduzzi and Floriano Bodini, fed through the years by their mutual esteem and friendship. This stained-glass window was realized by Studio Reduzzi in 2002 and it is based on the original sketch drawn by the artist. The art work is located on the counter-façade of the Saint Bernard church in Castel Rozzone (Italy). It was inaugurated at the end of the restoration works of the interior, including the renovation of the original pipe organ.
The web section “Glasses” has been updated adding the art work Madonna della castagna / Virgin Mary on the chestnut tree by the Italian artist Floriano Bodini.
It is a stained-glass window realized by Lino Reduzzi in 2005, based on the original sketch drawn by the artist. The realization process fully reflects the traditional Italian glass technique: the work was realized with colored mouth-blown glasses, etched with acid, painted with glazes, silver salts and grisaille, fired and finally leaded. This stained-glass window is located in the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin in Bergamo (Italy).
The web section “Glasses” has been updated adding the art works Il roveto ardente / The burning bush and La discesa dello Spirito Santo / The descent of the Holy Spirit by the Italian artist Francesco Somaini.
They are two stained-glass windows realized for the renovation work of the presbytery in the Saint Peter the Apostle church in Voghera (Italy). The project was designed by the Italian architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni in collaboration with the sculptor Francesco Somaini. The entire work was realized by Lino Reduzzi in the period 1999-2000.
We are now working in order to organize and publish the most important art works that Studio Reduzzi and Lino Reduzzi have realized in these years of intense practice, working alongside contemporary artists and architects of international renown. Our main goal is to show a comprehensive overview of our skills, supported by rich photo galleries and detailed technical sheets for each work (stained-glass windows, mosaics, decorations and installations).
The site is actually under construction because of the large amount of material to be prepared: our commitment is to periodically update the portal, adding each time new art works and unreleased material.