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Dimensions with frame: 33 cm x 43 cm
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DELIVERY TIME 2 WORKING DAYS
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The works are packaged by our specialist of delivery and take care to make sure the work is properly protected. Painting is shipped in custom made plywood box.
After the payment has been processed, delivery takes 2-3 days on average, which leaves time for packaging and shipping.
Depending on the destination and the size of the work, we use delivery company DHL.
Gaston Coppens (1909 - 2002) was an extraordinary artist whose works captivated audiences with their remarkable depth and harmony. Trained in sculpture at the renowned Ecole Boulle, Coppens quickly found his passion in the world of drawing, particularly with lead pencil and pastels.
His artistic style was infused with the distinct characteristics of his sculpting background, showcasing a mastery of volume, architectural precision, and exquisite relief. Each stroke of his pencil and touch of pastel revealed a profound understanding of form and an innate ability to create breathtaking compositions.
Establishing his workshop in Boulogne-Billancourt, Coppens embarked on a journey that would see him participate in numerous prestigious exhibitions. His art graced the esteemed halls of the Salon des Independents, the Society of Mountain Painters, and the National Society of Horticulture of France, among others.
Coppens's talent and dedication to his craft earned him well-deserved recognition. Several esteemed galleries, including the renowned Bernheim-Jeune gallery, known for its association with legendary Impressionists such as Renoir, Cézanne, and Matisse, held captivating solo exhibitions to showcase his extraordinary works. The Royal Gallery and picturesque Gallery also celebrated his artistic brilliance.
Through his meticulous attention to detail, Coppens's art transcended boundaries, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in his meticulously crafted worlds. His profound understanding of the interplay between light and shadow, coupled with his unparalleled ability to capture the essence of his subjects, left a lasting impression on all who encountered his art.
Gaston Coppens's legacy as a masterful artist lives on, as his works continue to inspire and captivate art enthusiasts around the world. His dedication to his craft and his unwavering pursuit of excellence serve as a testament to the enduring power of artistic expression.
Museums and public collections:
Museum of Modern Art of the city of Paris.
Centre of Pompidou, Paris.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen.
Museum of Grenoble
Musée des beaux-arts de Chambéry
Authenticity: Work sold with a certificate of authenticity.