Odoardo Borrani (1833-1905)

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Il Mugnone, 1870


Woman Sewing by a Window


Circle of Women Sewing

Odoardo Borrani was an Italian painter born in Pisa. He spent much of his career in Florence, and was associated with the Macchiaioli, and painted in the Impressionist style of “plein air.” Borrani mainly painted landscapes and country scenes bathed in beautiful, natural light, as well as interior scenes of women doing domestic work.


Red Wagon in Castigioncello, 1867


Walk in the Garden


Still wondering about an Italian Impressionist style landscape or interior scene hanging in your home? Contact us…it could be by Odoardo Borrani.