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 Aurelio Cordaro  (1913 - 1994)

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: abstract expressionism

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Aurelio Cordaro (January 12, 1913-January 21, 1994).

WPA and abstract expressionist painter Aurelio Cordaro was born in New York, trained in Italy and at the National Academy of Design (NAD). Though a WPA era artist, Cordaro was very interested in Abstract Expressionism. He used abstract forms in many of his works, which were early-on called "modern in tendency." Over the course of his long life, he lived in New York City and Quincy, Massachusetts.

Though well respected and often invited, he rarely exhibited. Those places he did exhibit include the Municipal Art Committee Galleries (1936, 1937), the Delphic Studio Gallery (1938), the Contemporary American Art Gallery (1944), the Jordan Marsh & Company 19th Annual Exhibition of Paintings (1948), the Parsons School of Design "New York City WPA Art" (1977), and the Panoras Gallery (1978, 1979).


Written and submitted December 2004 by Geoffrey K. Fleming,
Director, Southold Historical Society

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