What is Cosimo?
Cosimo is the platform for emerging artists and art lovers.
From the Renaissance in Florence to the birth of modern art in Paris, every great movement emerges from a thriving community of artists and their patrons.
Cosimo was founded to make it easier than ever for artists to connect with those who love what they do, and with each other.
We've built a platform that gives artists and collectors everything they need - from easy-to-use tech to good old-fashioned human support.
It’s also why we enable our artists to get paid directly for their work, without us taking hefty commission fees off the top.
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More Than a Gallery
Home to the UK's Most Talented Emerging Artists
A Community of 1000+ Artists and Art Lovers
Direct Payments & Transparent Pricing
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Cosimo de Medici has been described as the 'founding father of the Renaissance'.
He supported the artists of medieval Florence and empowered them to achieve their artistic visions.
Just like our namesake, we understand how great it feels to directly support artists by buying their work.
We're empowering a new generation of modern-day Cosimos - people like us who want to fill their lives with art, and directly support the artists they love along the way!
We're not just another online gallery... We're starting a 21st Century Renaissance.
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Meet Our Artists
Based in Birmingham, Elliott's work is inspired by a broad range of modernist architecture, focusing on bold, imposing structures with geometric designs. He works with acrylic paint using a hard-edged painting style, creating large scale pieces based on the facades of different buildings that he has visited, photographed and been impressed by. You can find out more about Elliott by visiting his website: www.elliottpackham.com
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Illustrations of the everyday and familiar. I’m open for commissions! Send me a message and we’ll have a chat!
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Imogen graduated from Kingston University in Fine Art in 2013, & after taking a few years out to focus on working with young people, has recently returned to exploring her art practice. Imogen has always enjoyed hand-embroidery as a way to relax but after getting some recognition, decided to pursue threadwork seriously. Imogen makes portraits made out of thread - it is as if she draws her subjects with thread. Imogen likes to combine thread with nails, creating a mesh-like form out of triangles to build up her subjects' features & create depth to the image.