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Another scene in Bruno Cordati's
home/studio in Barga, Tuscany, where
his life-long collection of paintings is
displayed.
If Cordati portrayed the hardness of life
in his town, at least he escaped the fate
of many of his compatriots: just
around the corner is a memorial to the
victims of the controversial 1940
U-boat sinking, off the Irish coast, of the
Blue Star liner 'Arandora Star', whilst
transporting to Canada for internment
hundreds of German and Italian PoWs.
Another scene in Bruno Cordati's home/studio in Barga, Tuscany, where his life-long
collection of paintings is displayed.
If Cordati portrayed the hardness of life in his town, at least he escaped the fate of many
of his compatriots: just around the corner is a memorial to the victims of the
controversial 1940 U-boat sinking, off the Irish coast, of the Blue Star liner 'Arandora
Star', whilst transporting to Canada for internment hundreds of German and Italian
PoWs.
Another scene in Bruno Cordati's
home/studio in Barga, Tuscany, where
his life-long collection of paintings is
displayed.
If Cordati portrayed the hardness of
life in his town, at least he escaped the
fate of many of his compatriots: just
around the corner is a memorial to the
victims of the controversial 1940
U-boat sinking, off the Irish coast, of
the Blue Star liner 'Arandora Star',
whilst transporting to Canada for
internment hundreds of German and
Italian PoWs.

Cordati studio 2

For your own fine-art print of this picture:
Another scene in Bruno Cordati's home/studio in Barga, Tuscany, where his life-long collection of paintings is displayed.

If Cordati portrayed the hardness of life in his town, at least he escaped the fate of many of his compatriots: just around the corner is a memorial to the victims of the controversial 1940 U-boat sinking, off the Irish coast, of the Blue Star liner 'Arandora Star', whilst transporting to Canada for internment hundreds of German and Italian PoWs.
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