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Quent Cordair

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Kings Mountain Morning Kings Mountain Morning

Original oil painting and Limited-edition prints available

Henrys Night Out Henry's Night Out

Original oil painting and Limited-edition prints available

Travelers Travelers

Limited-edition canvas prints

Molly's Swing Molly's Swing

Limited-edition canvas prints

Lunch Break Lunch Break

Limited-edition canvas prints

Evening Tree The Evening Tree

Limited-edition canvas prints

Autumn Autumn

Limited-edition canvas prints

Apollinia Apollinia

Limited-edition canvas prints

Eve Eve

Limited-edition canvas prints

Santa Clara Barn Santa Clara Barn

Limited-edition canvas prints

BB and T BB&T, Est. 1872

Limited-edition canvas prints
Commissioned 1998, BB&T Corporation

Basic Shelter Basic Shelter

Limited-edition canvas prints

La Dame de Montelena La Dame de Montelena

Limited-edition canvas prints

Helen Portrait of Helen

Limited-edition canvas prints

Sylvia Portrait of Sylvia

Limited-edition canvas prints

Marilyn Portrait of Marilyn

Portrait Comission

Fredric Hamber Portrait of Fredric Hamber

Oil on canvas
Portrait Comission

A Doll for Cosette A Doll for Cosette

Oil on canvas
In Private Collection

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About Quent Cordair ~

Quent Cordair

Quent Cordair's portraiture, figuratives, landscapes and still lifes are collected by an international clientele of private and corporate buyers. The artist is entirely self-taught. His inspirations include Michelangelo, Bouguereau and Parrish. Cordair portraiture has been featured on the cover of the Atlantean Press Review. BB&T Corporation recently commissioned the artist for a work which has been installed in the company's board room in Winston-Salem, NC.

Quent works in the style of Romantic Realism, which strives to concretize a view of life as it could be and should be. His themes often convey aspects of the successful, pleasure-filled life that Man can enjoy on earth. The dramatic colors, clean lines, and hierarchy of focus in his esthetics reflect a purpose of actualizing a world as valued through a rational, passionate mind, and showing that world as both real and attainable.

The Cordair Gallery in Napa, California, comprises the artist's studio and gallery, the latter featuring his own work and the paintings and sculpture of selected artists whom he represents. Quent also writes fiction and has a number of published short stories and screenplay work to his credit. Several of Quent's short stories are now available online. And video copies of For All It's Worth, a short film co-written by Quent Cordair and directed by Greg Bowyer are available for sale.