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"Edmond Van Coppenolle (1846 - 1914) Still Life Daisies And Poppies"
Edmond van Coppenolle (1846 - 1914)
Still Life Daisies and poppies
Oil on canvas signed low right
Old frame gilded with leaves
Dim canvas : 50 X 65 cm
Dim frame : 73 X 89 cm

Edmond van Coppenolle (1846 - 1914)
Artists of the 19th century continued the long tradition of still life painting and many made it a life long study. By the latter half of the century some of the major Impressionist painters like Monet, Renoir and Cézanne made it an integral part of their work and in the case of Fantin-Latour it was truly a life long study. Many other artists also devoted their artistic careers to still life painting – these included: Georges Jeannin, Eugene Claude, Madeleine Lamaire, Eugene H. Cauchois, Paul Biva and Edmond Van Coppenolle.
Like his contemporaries, Coppenolle’s work was greatly influenced by the Impressionists, often capturing the softness and beauty of his subject with robust brushwork and a colorful palette.
Bibliography : Dictionary of artists E.Benezit
Prix : 3000 €
Artiste : Edmond Van Coppenolle (1846 - 1914)
Epoque : 19ème siècle
Style : Napoleon III
Etat : Good

Matière : Oil on canvas
Longueur : 89 cm
Hauteur : 73 cm
Profondeur : 6 cm

Référence (ID) : 491670
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