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Also in Barga, Tuscany, is the beautiful
home of the artist Bruno Cordati (d.
1979), who stipulated in his will that his
works were not to be sold, and that his
house should become a gallery for his
paintings and sculptures. Curated now
by his son, the collection is well worth a
visit as one of the highlights of Barga, a
peaceful moment with the work of an
artist virtually unknown outside Italy.
His canvases evoke a sombre sense of
quiet sorrow, of the working man and
woman, their living environment and
their lot in life. It's free too.
Also in Barga, Tuscany, is the beautiful home of the artist Bruno Cordati (d. 1979), who
stipulated in his will that his works were not to be sold, and that his house should
become a gallery for his paintings and sculptures. Curated now by his son, the collection
is well worth a visit as one of the highlights of Barga, a peaceful moment with the work
of an artist virtually unknown outside Italy. His canvases evoke a sombre sense of quiet
sorrow, of the working man and woman, their living environment and their lot in life. It's
free too.
Also in Barga, Tuscany, is the beautiful
home of the artist Bruno Cordati (d.
1979), who stipulated in his will that his
works were not to be sold, and that his
house should become a gallery for his
paintings and sculptures. Curated now
by his son, the collection is well worth a
visit as one of the highlights of Barga, a
peaceful moment with the work of an
artist virtually unknown outside Italy.
His canvases evoke a sombre sense of
quiet sorrow, of the working man and
woman, their living environment and
their lot in life. It's free too.

Cordati studio 1

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Also in Barga, Tuscany, is the beautiful home of the artist Bruno Cordati (d. 1979), who stipulated in his will that his works were not to be sold, and that his house should become a gallery for his paintings and sculptures.  Curated now by his son, the collection is well worth a visit as one of the highlights of Barga, a peaceful moment with the work of an artist virtually unknown outside Italy.  His canvases evoke a sombre sense of quiet sorrow, of the working man and woman, their living environment and their lot in life.  It's free too.

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