Superb artwork by Emiliana Cordaro, obviously a unique work. Crafted with thick layers of oil paint on high-quality linen stretched over a sturdy aluminum frame. This artwork is ready to be hung on the wall immediately! It comes with a certificate of authenticity and can be admired at our gallery in Amersfoort. In addition, it is available for art lending and can also be purchased online. Once you place your order, we will contact you to arrange a delivery appointment. You always have 14 days right of return. Don’t forget to take a look at our gallery impression on YouTube.
Emiliana Cordaro, born in Maarssen in 1967, trained at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht. She creates impressionistic oil paintings of various landscapes, inspired by the places she encounters during her travels, from small Italian villages to vast European moors and everything in between.
Cordaro’s work focuses on the atmosphere of the landscape, more important than an exact reproduction of reality. She transforms the landscape into a composition of shapes, lines, colors and contrasts. The use of vibrant pigments creates colors reminiscent of William Turner’s later work. Modeling paint and pigment in layers, similar to working clay, results in highly atmospheric and sometimes transparent images, bringing the original landscape to life. The abundantly applied paint and pigments result in a richly layered painting with depth and texture, similar to appreciating a good wine over time. Although clearly modern, the work retains a classical feel, thanks in part to the beautiful “Dutch skies.
At Amersfoort Art, Emiliana Cordaro’s paintings are for sale and for rent through our art loan. Part of the rental amount is used to build up your savings, which you can use to purchase the artwork in question. Are you ready for something new? Use your savings to purchase a new work of art or rent another work and take your savings with you! Our art loan is of interest to both businesses and individuals. For more information and conditions, please visit our website. Visit our art loan for a more detailed explanation.