French Art Studio

Exhibition Details

>'colours of life' by jean coulot

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aubrac

aubrac

acrylic on canvas
33 x 41 cm
la voile orange

la voile orange

acrylic on canvas
164 x 116 cm
_la plage_

la plage

oil on canvas
62 x 184 cm
serviere

serviere

acrylic on canvas
80 x 100 cm
sanary 14 juillet

sanary 14 juillet

acrylic on canvas
130 x 97 cm
puys

puys

acrylic on canvas
65 x 81 cm
les pins

les pins

acrylic on canvas
65 x 81 cm
pavin

pavin

acrylic on canvas
65 x 81 cm
papillon rouge droite

papillon rouge droite

oil on canvas
81 x 45 cm
papillon rouge_ gauche

papillon rouge, gauche

oil on canvas
81 x 45 cm
papillon noir_ droite

papillon noir, droite

oil on canvas
81 x 65 cm
papillon noir_ gauche

papillon noir, gauche

oil on canvas
81 x 65 cm
la nuit varoise

la nuit varoise

acrylic on canvas
81 x 100 cm
mediterranee

mediterranee

acrylic on canvas
80 x 100 cm
le maillot vert

le maillot vert

oil on canvas
65 x 81 cm
limagnes

limagnes

acrylic on canvas
100 x 81 cm
jeu de dames

jeu de dames

oil on canvas
97 x 130 cm
SOLD
grece voila blanche_ eglise bleue

grece voila blanche, eglise bleue

acrylic on canvas
81 x 65 cm
une fille au soleil

une fille au soleil

acrylic on canvas
54 x 81 cm
collines bleues

collines bleues

acrylic on canvas
65 x 81 cm
blue jean (b)

blue jean (b)

oil on canvas
81 x 65 cm
SOLD
baigneuse au maillot rouge

baigneuse au maillot rouge

acrylic on canvas
32 x 41 cm
le parasol

le parasol

acrylic on canvas
164 x 116 cm
Cabine et parasol

cabine et parasol

acrylic on canvas
97 x 130 cm

Jean Coulot started to paint in the sixties. His paintings are primarily composed of vibrant and colourful parts. Colour is used in a structured composition and thus preserves an aesthetic pleasure for the viewer as each element maintains natural proportions; Mystery perhaps arises from an eye-catching central perspective. From this point, the subject appears to escape its limits; there is an interruption created in a cinematographical way.
His work is strongly linked to his time, but still of contemporary relevance. His style is reminiscent of Pop Art, and in particular of Wesselmann’s style. He could be considered as the French representative of Pop Art, at a time when Nouveau Réalisme was only emerging in France. From the seventies onwards, the use of acrylic paint gives his paintings stronger and more vibrant colours, which are reminiscent of Warhol: a monochrome background and a stylised figure in the foreground composed of a few coloured areas.

Jean Coulot has had many solo exhibitions in France, Switzerland and the United States and also participated in collective exhibitions in France, Switzerland, Japan, Italy and England. Many of his paintings can be seen in museums such as The Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, the National Library of France, the Museums of Reykjavik, Lausanne and Rehovot.

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