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Pont Neuf From Hotel Chatelet features a view of Paris with the iconic Pont Neuf bridge over the River Seine. This expressive lithograph has a fantastic energy and beautiful colour palette. It was printed in 2004 by Curwen Press, is signed and numbered from its edition of 95 prints. 


Print measures 94 x 70 cm. 

Framed. Overall measurement is 73.5 x 98.9 cm. 


Peter Coker was a celebrated realist painter with an expressive and stylised way of painting. Coker was born in 1926 (d. 2004) and grew up with visible artistic talent, going on to study at St Martin’s School of Art and later painting in France and Italy with realist influences. He served during WW2, subsequently returning to England to study again and went on to teach at art schools. He became known as a member of the Kitchen Sink School because of the groups realism art that was inspired by everyday scenes. Coker began exhibiting, particularly successfully at Zwemmer Gallery, when his profile increased and he continued painting landscapes and other everyday scenes in his stylised manner. 

Peter Coker Pont Neuf From Hotel Chatelet Lithograph

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