Omer Coppens French - Belgian painter-ceramicist-watercolourist-lithographer
belonged to the school of Rooklooster, born in France, Dunkirk in 1864 and died in Belgium, Elsene in 1923
Omer Coppens evolved under the influence of Théo Van Rysselberghe from realism to impressionism, he stayed and worked in Morocco,France and Italy, Belgium and especially in Flanders during the First World War, and was co-founder of the group ”Pour l'Art”
Omer Coppens a rêvé l'Art Deco .
He was the father of Wille Coppens the aviator who would gain most of the Belgian victories during the First World War
His wok is similar to ceramics by Alfred William Finch-Arthur Craco
In very good condition, height 32 cm, diameter 24 cm
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