Tarocco delle Vetrate
Also known as Stained-Glass Windows Tarot
The Tarocco delle Vetrate is a stunning, gloriously coloured Tarot from Luigi Scapini, artist of the Medieval Scapini Tarot and Shakespeare Tarot. The minors are generally pip-style cards, but some are very scenic. Though the cards have Italian titles, the companion booklet has a section in English.
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Dal Negro 1997
Tarocco delle Vetrate review by Nisaba Merrieweather
I've become a bit of a Scapini buff of late, collecting a few of his decks and having my eye on two more. What I like about him is that while he is highly accomplished, his style in all of the decks that I've seen is completely different to each other, he has no stylistic "fingerprint" as - say - van Gogh had, or Titian. Each of the decks that I've seen is executed in a particular style which is consistent throughout the deck, and each of them is appealing in its own way. Before I get started, I'd like to get a major criticism out of the way: the LWB is hopeless. In fact, all the Scapini LWBs that I've seen are - he doesn't seem able to talk about his image without a) aggrandisement and b) total nonsense. Of course, he is an Italian - this fault may lie with the translator. If he is bil... read more reviews.
Similar Decks to Tarocco delle VetrateCreator: Bacchus Tarot, Kabbalistic Visions, Medieval Scapini Tarot, Shakespeare Tarot, Tuffo nel Mistero by Luigi Scapini
More About These CardsName: Tarocco delle Vetrate
Alternate Names: Stained-Glass Windows Tarot
Creators: Luigi Scapini
Publisher: Dal Negro 1997
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Italian
Suits: Cups, Swords, Wands, Coins
Court Cards: Page, Knight, Queen, King
The Fool is 0
Strength is 11
Justice is 8
Card Size: 2.56 x 4.65 in. = 6.50cm x 11.80cm
Card Language: Italian
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Small regular white and blue circles with black outlines.
Companion Material: The companion booklet has instructions in Italian, English and French.