Inspired by the landscape painters of the Impressionist period, Emma developed an extensive body of landscape work, depicting locations across Tuscany and North Cornwall.
Emma used several of her Tuscan landscapes along with a series of still lifes to illustrate ‘Stealing Italy’, a cookery book she wrote while living in Italy.
Oil on canvas; 80 x 50 cm; 2011
Afternoon light over the Chianti Vineyard from the top of the path looking down over Cerbaia.
Oil on canvas; 50 x 75 cm; 2012
Late summer haybells in a field. View looking over the village of Trelights in St Endellion, North Cornwall.